Bailey and others v Home Office  IRLR 369 CA
Reports relating to this case:
- 2 March 2007
This article looks at some of the significant judgments in the area of equal pay over the past year and their implications.
- 3 February 2006
We review recent significant equal pay cases and their implications. Developments of note include the application of the "single source" test to comparators within an employment unit, and a reference to the ECJ on whether use of length of service as a pay system criterion requires specific objective justification.
- 10 June 2005
In Bailey and others v Home Office, the Court of Appeal holds that the tribunal was correct to hold that the Home Office was required to show that there was a genuine material factor which was not the difference of sex and which objectively justified the less favourable terms of the claimants' contracts, who had been evaluated as performing work of an equal value to their male comparators, but who were paid at a lower rate.