Wasteney v East London NHS Foundation Trust

Disciplining employee for imposing religious views wasn’t discriminatory
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An employer’s decision to discipline a Christian senior manager for imposing her religious views on a Muslim junior employee was neither direct discrimination nor harassment. The tribunal hearing the case had correctly drawn a distinction between instances where religion is the reason for the treatment and where it is merely the context.
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