A summary of the decision in the Employment Appeal Tribunal discrimination case of
Gan Menachem Hendon Limited v De Groen
In this episode of the podcast I cover the recent case of the Jewish nursery who dismissed an employee who refused to lie about cohabiting with her boyfriend. A case that follows the decision of the Supreme Court in the ‘Gay Cake’ case, reported previously in episode 109 of the podcast.
In this episode I will cover:
- The basis in law for the claim.
- The facts of the case.
- A summary of the Appeal Tribunal decision.
- My thoughts on the case and why this judgement was the outcome.
- Comparison to the Gay Cake case.
- Ensure that you and any managers, supervisors and decision makers in your business are aware of the law regarding discrimination;
- Get some specific training for staff in Equality & Diversity and update regularly;
- Check any policies and procedures that you have in your business to ensure they are compliant with your obligations under the Equality Act;
- Seek advice before making any decisions or embarking on potentially controversial conversations with employees, particularly if not work related.
We offer training on Equality and Diversity for staff and we can review your contracts, procedures and Handbooks for you so please do get in touch if we can be of any assistance.
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