Eley v Huntleigh Diagnostics Ltd EAT/1441/96

Reports relating to this case:

  • Sex discrimination: Refusal of part-time working was objectively justified

    Date:
    15 October 1998

    An employment tribunal was entitled to decide that an employer's refusal to allow a receptionist to change her working hours on her return from maternity leave was objectively justified, with the result that the employee's complaint of indirect sex discrimination failed, holds the EAT in Eley v Huntleigh Diagnostics Ltd.

  • Refusal to grant part-time work justified

    Date:
    1 June 1998

    In Eley v Huntleigh Diagnostics Ltd the EAT has upheld a finding that a requirement that a receptionist continue working full time following her return from maternity leave was objectively justified on grounds of customer continuity.