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Unlawful exclusion from benefits

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    Buckle v Abbey National plc [1998] ET/13647/96 (0 other reports)

A female employee who was unjustifiably excluded from appraisals and the benefits of a profit-share scheme and a one-off share issue because she was a casual employee, was indirectly discriminated against on grounds of sex, holds an Ashford employment tribunal (Chair: D E de Saxe) in Buckle v Abbey National plc.

Lindsay Buckle is employed as a casual Saturday cashier at Abbey National's Tunbridge Wells branch.