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Sacked because refused to change hours

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    Headley and others v Copygraphic Ltd [1996] IT/5596/95 (0 other reports)

In Headley and others v Copygraphic Ltd a Reading industrial tribunal (Chair: J G Hollow) awards compensation of up to £22,000, including aggravated damages, to four female warehouse workers who were unlawfully discriminated against when they were dismissed for refusing to change their shift hours because of their childcare responsibilities.

The four applicants, all of whom had children under six years of age, were employed as warehouse assistants by Copygraphic Ltd.