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Less than 100% can be "equal" value

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    Pickstone and others v Freemans plc [1993] IT/28811/84 (0 other reports)

Women warehouse operatives whose work was evaluated as scoring three points less than the work of their male comparator were employed on work of equal value, rules a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: C Tribe) in Pickstone and others v Freemans plc. The differences in the jobs were not such that the jobs would be rendered unequal "in the real world", says the tribunal.