Women's "busts would get in the way"
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Clemson v Albion Pressed Metal Ltd ET (0 other reports)
The transfer of a male worker to a job he did not like when female co-workers were not considered for transfer because of their relative height and reach and "their busts getting in the way", was unlawful sex discrimination, holds a Birmingham employment tribunal (Chair: A J McCarry) in Clemson v Albion Pressed Metal Ltd.
Mr Clemson was employed primarily as a welder with Cannock-based Albion Pressed Metal Ltd, which produces pressed metal for the automotive industry.