Lack of formal procedures led to sex bias
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Schofield v Double Two Ltd  IT/54582/91 (0 other reports)
An employer unlawfully discriminated in the way it offered a female supervisor access to opportunities for promotion when it failed to take account of the relevance of differing career experiences and offered a male supervisor a new management post but failed to inform the female supervisor of the vacancy and give her the opportunity of applying, holds a Leeds industrial tribunal (Chair: E H J Record) in Schofield v Double Two Ltd.
Jill Schofield began employment with clothing manufacturer, Double Two Ltd, in 1986 as a cutting-room floater performing various duties.