Shiftwork requirement not indirectly discriminatory
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Sanderson v BAA plc  ET/3202717/97 (0 other reports)
A requirement that employees work a shift system involving early morning working did not indirectly discriminate against a woman with two young children, since it could not be shown that the requirement had a disproportionate impact on women, holds a Bury St Edmunds employment tribunal (Chair: B G Mitchell) in Sanderson v BAA plc.
Mrs Sanderson was one of 16 part-time security guards employed at Stansted airport.