Part-time working: 50% pay for 53.5% of full-time hours was less favourable treatment
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British Airways plc v Pinaud  IRLR 144 CA (0 other reports)
British Airways plc v Pinaud  IRLR 144 CA
part-time workers | less favourable treatment | justification
In British Airways plc v Pinaud, the Court of Appeal held that a part-time worker's contract requiring her to be available for work 53.5% of the time that a full-time comparator was required to be available for work constituted less favourable treatment because she was paid only 50% of the full-time salary.