Bowers v William Hill Organisation Ltd - question of long-term effect, substantial impact etc are irrelevant once disability is conceded

Mrs Bowers, who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder following an assault at work, claimed that she had suffered disability discrimination in that William Hill failed to make reasonable adjustments by refusing to move her to a different post in April 2007. Initially, in its ET3, William Hill denied that she was a disabled person, but later made concessions about that and raised an issue as to its knowledge of any disability.

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