Inferring Discrimination

The incompetent handling of a grievance and a lackadaisical attitude of the investigator is not necessarily sufficient to give rise to an inference of discrimination according to the EAT in Kent Police v Bowler.


The EAT reiterated the caution in Igen v Wong against too readily inferring discrimination merely from unreasonable conduct where there is no evidence of other discriminatory behaviour.


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