ET3 grounds for resisting claim — disability: discrimination (direct, indirect or arising from), harassment
ET3 grounds for resisting claim — disability: discrimination (direct, indirect or arising from), harassment

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  • ET3 grounds for resisting claim — disability: discrimination (direct, indirect or arising from), harassment

[Insert in para 6.1 of response form ET3:]

    1. 1

      It is admitted that the Claimant has been employed by the Respondent since [insert date] as a [enter job title, eg sales executive].

    1. 2

      It is admitted that the Claimant suffers from diabetes and that his diabetes is a disability within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010, s 6(1). No admissions are made as to whether the Claimant suffers from chronic depression and whether his chronic depression amounts to a disability within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010, s 6(1). It is denied that the Claimant has ever informed the Respondent that he suffers from chronic depression.

    1. 3

      Paragraph 2 of the Grounds of Claim is admitted. The consultant’s report also indicated that there was no way of predicting when the Claimant’s diabetes might be adequately controlled given his failure to make recommended changes to his lifestyle. Mr A and Mr B attempted to discuss this aspect of the report with the Claimant but he became agitated and shouted at them that it was none of their business.

    1. 4

      It is admitted that Mr A and Mr B told the Claimant that the Respondent could not hold open his position as a sales executive and would have to consider redeploying the Claimant to an alternative position. It

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