Rostering disadvantaged single mother
This report relates to 1 case(s)
London Underground Ltd v Edwards (No 2)  IRLR 157 EAT (2 other reports)
In London Underground Ltd v Edwards (No.2) the EAT upholds a finding that new rostering arrangements indirectly discriminated against a female train operator who was a single parent.
Ms Edwards, a single parent with a young child, was employed under rostering arrangements, which allowed her to be at home in the mornings and evenings to attend to her son.