Knowledge of disability could not be imputed to decision-maker to establish direct disability discri


The EAT has upheld a tribunal's decision that an employee's dismissal was not direct disability discrimination as the decision-maker did not know that he was disabled.

The knowledge of the employer's Occupational Health department in relation to the employee's disability could not be imputed to the decision-maker in the disciplinary process.


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