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New mother could work full time

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    Snook v AC Electrical Wholesale plc [1996] IT/36218/96 (0 other reports)

In Snook v AC Electrical Wholesale plc a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: B G Mitchell) rejects an indirect discrimination claim from a woman turned down for part-time work on returning from maternity leave on grounds that she was able to comply with a full-time working requirement, but merely preferred to spend more time with her child.

Tracey Snook was employed as a sales executive.