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Part-timers' redundancy selection not sex bias

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    Harrison and others v John Hine Ltd [1996] IT/47303/95 (0 other reports)

In Harrison and others v John Hine Ltd, dismissing a claim of indirect sex discrimination brought by part-time employees made redundant, a Shrewsbury industrial tribunal (Chair: S J Williams) holds that 94% female compliance with the conditions for continued employment was not considerably smaller than 97% male compliance.

The three female applicants were employed part time to paint the plaster models manufactured by the respondent.