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Indirect discrimination: Wrong comparison group used for childcare policy

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    Cumming v British Airways plc EAT/0337/19 (0 other reports)

Cumming v British Airways plc EAT/0337/19

indirect sex discrimination | parental leave | pool for comparison

In Cumming v British Airways plc, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, when deciding if the employer's policy on childcare was indirectly discriminatory, the correct pool for comparison should include only employees with childcare responsibilities.