Sex discrimination: Time limit ran from date employer failed to offer jobs
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Swithland Motors plc v Clarke and others  IRLR 275 EAT (1 other report)
In Swithland Motors pIc v Clarke and others, the EAT holds that the time limit for bringing a sex discrimination complaint ran from when an employer failed to offer jobs to the applicants, and not from an earlier time when it made the decision not to offer employment. Therefore, applications presented to an industrial tribunal within three months of the later date were not out of time.