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On call requirement unjustifiable

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    Kingston v ANS Homes [1999] ET/1401115/99 (0 other reports)

In Kingston v ANS Homes a Bristol employment tribunal (Chair: C G Toomer) rules that a residential nursing home's requirement that a manager should always be on call was indirectly discriminatory against women and unjustifiable.

Mrs Kingston, a married woman with two children, was appointed as care manager at one of the respondent's nursing homes.