||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 129 (Feb)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Burton J, Dr S Corby and Mr P Parker
||7 November 2005
Employment - Disability - Discrimination - Employee's continued employment conditional upon necessary teaching qualification being obtained - Employer subsequently dismissing employee for failing to take relevant tests - Employee claiming employer failing to make reasonable adjustments for his disability - Whether tribunal erring in its approach.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the decision of an employment tribunal to dismiss the employee's claim for unlawful disability discrimination against his employer in circumstances where the challenge to the tribunal's finding was wholly unarguable.
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