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Tribunal's verdict in Preston cases on more part-timer issues

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    Preston and others v Wolverhampton Health Care NHS Trust and others ET (0 other reports)

An employment tribunal has given its decision on a number of further issues concerning the backdated admission into occupational pension scheme membership of part-time employees. The ruling of the Nottingham Employment Tribunal (sitting in London), given on 5 August 2002, concerns the series of test cases, known collectively as Preston v Wolverhampton Health Care NHS Trust, in which part-time employees claim they have been denied membership as a result of unlawful indirect sex discrimination.