NCH Scotland v McHugh - Reasonable adjustments in disability discrimination cases [2006] EAT

A Glasgow employment tribunal ruled amongst other things that the employer had failed in its duty under the Disability Discrimination Act to consider making reasonable adjustments for the benefit of the employee.

The employer, NCH Scotland (a children's charity) appealed against this part of the decision. The EAT found for the employer, mainly on the basis that the original tribunal had failed to make any finding on justification which, under the law as it was at the relevant time, was crucial.

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