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Agency discriminated against female HGV driver

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    Lilly v Darkes Recruitment [1993] IT/38197/92 (0 other reports)

A female HGV driver who was treated less favourably than a man would have been in the way an employment agency's services were offered to her, was unlawfully discriminated against, rules a Bristol industrial tribunal (Chair: C G Toomer) in Lilly v Darkes Recruitment.

Ms Lilly, an HGV class I driver, enquired about heavy goods vehicle vacancies held by Darkes Recruitment, a small employment agency with four office staff.