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Request to work part-time sets time limit running

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Cast v Croydon College (28 June 1996) EOR70E, the EAT rules that a woman who asked her employer if she could work part-time after returning from maternity absence was time-barred from complaining that a refusal was sex discriminatory because the time period for presenting a complaint ran from when her request was first turned down prior to her maternity absence, even though she made further requests after she returned from leave.