Legal News

Diana Kloss reviews an EAT decision which held an employer was entitled to refuse to second a disabled worker to Montenegro, given advice that she would be at ‘high risk’.

OH had disagreed with the ‘high risk’ assessment but did not have the full medical history.

The EAT in Judd v Cabinet Office held the employment tribunal was entitled to find that the employer’s decision was not a breach of s.15 EqA (discrimination arising from disability) nor the reasonable adjustment duty.

Read the full blog: Protecting an employee’s health as justification for discrimination.