Chawla v Hewlett Packard Ltd [2015] EAT

10% uplift does not apply to injury to feelings awards.

In Chawla v Hewlett Packard, the employer had a provision criterion or practice of shutting down access to email and internet for employees on long-term sickness absence.  The ET held that this substantially disadvantaged Mr Chawla who was disabled in that he was not informed about important developments to his terms and conditions of employment and his benefits.  

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