Iske v P&O European Ferries (Dover) Ltd  IRLR 401 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 15 September 1997
In Iske v P & O European Ferries (Dover) Ltd, the EAT holds that a seagoing ferry stewardess suffered direct sex discrimination when her employer refused to transfer her to work on shore after the 28th week of her pregnancy, from which point she was prohibited from working at sea under statutory Regulations.
- 1 July 1997
In Iske v P&O European Ferries (Dover) Ltd EOR74C, the EAT holds that an employer cannot circumvent the obligation not to discriminate in terms of opportunities for transfer by contracting out a post to which an employee could have been transferred to a non-employee.