Two young sisters who resigned from their jobs in a service station after what they felt was aggressive and unfair criticism have won their claims for age and sex discrimination in an employment tribunal.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that where a worker has no usual place of work, time spent travelling from and to home for the first and last customer visits of the day, should be counted as working time.
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