Where it is alleged that bonus payments, paid at the director's discretion, are less for a woman employee than for her male comparators, and that this is on grounds of sex, the claim is one of sex discrimination and not of equal pay, a Bristol industrial tribunal (Chair: C G Toomer, sitting alone) rules in McKenzie-Wynne v Rowan Dartington & Co Ltd.
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