Mark Whitcombe discusses the recent case of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board v Hughes and others (UKEAT/0179/13) in which Langstaff J, the President of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, reviewed the leading authorities on harassment under s.26 Equality Act 2010. It is a valuable summary of the key principles and is certain to influence the way in which tribunals assess evidence when applying s.26.
harassment, s.26, Equality Act 2010, EAT, Employment Appeal Tribunal, Langstaff J, Employment, Mark Whitcombe
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