||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 139 (Jun)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Silber J, Mr B Gibbs and Mrs J Matthias
||George Thomas (instructed by Radcliffes, Le Brasseur) for the employer.
||David Reade (instructed by BP Collins, Gerrards Cross) for the employee.
||14 June 2006
Employment - Disability - Disability discrimination - Whether employee disabled - Whether employer failing to make reasonable adjustments - Whether employee entitled to full pay when suspended even if unfit for work.
The employment tribunal had not erred in finding that the employee was disabled and that the employer had failed to make reasonable adjustments for that disability. Nor had it erred in holding that the employee had been entitled to her normal salary rather than sick pay during the period of suspension in which she would have been unfit for work; the employer had never stated to her that her suspension pay would be revised at the material time.
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