Thursday, October 02, 2008

Employee's request to work on ground floor was reasonable, says EAT

In Lyle v. Bury Metro Racial Equality Council & Others (2008), Mrs Lyle suffered from health problems which restricted her mobility and she was disabled. She commenced her employment as a diversity officer with her employer in 2006 and was based on the first floor of their premises. There was no lift or stair lift.

She also had to visit a second set of premises where there were steep stairs. She suffered a fall at her employers premises injuring her knees. She asked her employer ... (185 more words)