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Hours and holiday differences bar cross-establishment equal value claim

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    Leverton v Clwyd County Council 11 June 1986 EAT (0 other reports)

In Leverton v Clwyd County Council (11.6.86) EOR9D, the EAT upholds a finding that differences in hours of work and holiday entitlements between a nursery nurse and her male comparators employed in different establishments meant that common terms and conditions were not observed between the establishments, thus precluding an equal value comparison. The decision also provides guidance on the genuine material factor defence.