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Jobsharer discriminated against

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    Hislop v Glasgow City Council [1997] IT/S/100761/97 (0 other reports)

A jobshare teacher whose post was declared surplus because under an agreed national formula for determining jobsharers' service she had notionally less service than a full-timer, even though in reality she personally had longer service, was indirectly discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a Glasgow industrial tribunal (Chair: C Milne) in Hislop v Glasgow City Council.

Elisabeth Hislop was employed as a maths teacher with Glasgow City Council at St Roch's secondary school.