Unconscious Bias Case Studies

Unconscious Bias Case Studies

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Organisations must be proactive in preventing any form of discrimination influencing a disciplinary process. This extends not just to obvious discriminatory action but to more inconspicuous measures.

The case studies in this pack should serve as warning to organisations, to take a step back and assess whether sufficient safeguards are in place to maintain the fairness of employment procedures, relations, investigations, working practices and prevent unconscious bias influencing decisions.


  • Case Study 1: Warner v Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office
  • Case Study 2: Annette Plaut v Exeter University
  • Case Study 3: Unconscious prejudice relating to the Claimant’s race
  • Case Study 4: When an employee is unreasonable
  • Case Study 5 Lack of self-awareness
  • Case Study 6: A lack of objectivity
  • Case Study 7: Just messing around
  • Case Study 8: An overly aggressive approach
  • Case Study 9: Discrimination by Perception
  • Case Study 10: When a manager knows best
  • Case Study 11: Not seeing eye to eye
  • Case Study 12: Could the tribunal process be bias?

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