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Insistence on full-time working justified

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    Ogilvie v Ross and Hall [1999] ET/S/400446/99 (0 other reports)

A head veterinary nurse who was dismissed following her refusal to return to full-time working was not unlawfully discriminated against because the full-time working requirement was justified, rules an Edinburgh employment tribunal (Chair: M W J Macmillan) in Ogilvie v Ross and Hall.

Kirsten Ogilvie was employed by the respondent partners as a full-time head veterinary nurse at their animal hospital in Edinburgh until her dismissal in March 1999.