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Equal pay: Successful applicant was not entitled to be paid at higher incremental level than comparator

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    Enderby v Frenchay Health Authority and Secretary of State for Health [1992] IRLR 15 CA (0 other reports)

A woman employed on work of equal value to that of her chosen comparator was not entitled to be paid the salary that he would have received had he been in post for as long as she had, holds the Court of Appeal in Enderby and others v Frenchay Health Authority and others 17.2.00 Court of Appeal. The modifications to the woman's contract to make it no less favourable than that of her comparator, which took effect only from the date of comparison, were that her salary be increased to equal his; that she enjoy the same future increments as his pay scale would give him; and that her increments start as soon as his did.