Leverton v Clwyd County Council  IRLR 28 HL
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 March 1989
In Leverton v Clwyd County Council (15.12.88) EOR24C, the House of Lords rules that whether there are "common terms and conditions" observed between two establishments so as to enable an equal pay comparison to be made requires a "broad" comparison between the terms observed at the two establishments, applicable either to all the employees or employees of the class to which the complainant and her comparator belong.
- 24 January 1989
A woman can claim equal pay with a man working in a different establishment even if her own terms and conditions of employment are not "broadly similar" to his, provided that common terms and conditions are observed at their establishments, either generally or for employees of their respective classes.