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Rejection of flexible working justified for senior executive

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    Sykes v JP Morgan & Co Ltd [2000] ET/6000695/99 (0 other reports)

In Sykes v JP Morgan & Co Ltd a London North employment tribunal (Chair: D H Roose) rules that an employer's refusal to agree to flexible working arrangements for a female manager with three children was not sex discriminatory.

Mrs Sykes was employed as a vice president within the respondents' Transaction Execution Group (TEG).