In McKenzie-Bayliss v The Crown Prosecution Service, an employment tribunal held that a homeworking employee who relocated to North-East England but carried out work for the South-East region was no longer entitled to receive pay at the London rate.
In Harpur Trust v Brazel, the Supreme Court held that holiday pay for part-year workers should not be calculated on a pro rata basis, but by applying the approach set out in s.224 of the Employment Rights Act.
In Reilly v RT Management Bridgeton Ltd, an employment tribunal held that a line manager's failure to address an employee's request to have a sanitary waste disposal bin placed in the staff toilet because she was "the only female of menstruating age who used the toilet" constituted sex discrimination.
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