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Race discrimination: Paying local recruits substantially less than foreign secondees was not directly discriminatory

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An employment tribunal was entitled to find that the London branch of a Japanese company did not treat three locally recruited managers less favourably than Japanese secondees at their level, by paying them substantially less than the secondees, because they were not Japanese, holds the Court of Appeal in Wakeman and others v Quick Corporation and another 18.2.99 Court of Appeal. The secondees were paid more because they were secondees.