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Disability discrimination: Adjustments should have been made to redundancy selection process

Jandu v Marks and Spencer plc ET/2200275/21

disability discrimination | reasonable adjustments | redundancy

In Jandu v Marks and Spencer plc, an employment tribunal held that the retailer had breached its duty to make reasonable adjustments by failing to discount any disability-related effects when assessing the employee against the redundancy selection criteria.