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Full-time working requirement for manager unlawful

This report relates to 1 case(s)

A female manager who resigned because she was not allowed to move from full-time working to part-time working in order that she could look after her children was discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a London South employment tribunal (Chair: R Rideout) in Feeney v IPC Magazines Ltd.

Mrs Feeney was employed by IPC Magazines as a full-time advertisement promotions manager from August 1997 until her resignation a year later.