A Clerical Officer v A State Body 
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality, Recruitment and Selection
This case involved a complaint that the claimant was discriminated by reason of his age. He was allegedly not promoted by the respondent due to his relative youth in comparison with other candidates. The complainant submitted that a number of actions of the interview board indicated discriminatory treatment, including but not limited to the fact he had to provide a photograph of himself for the interview process. The respondents claimed that the interview process had been transparent and impartial at all times and that the photograph requirement was proportionate and objectively justified in
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