In Neary v Ladbrokes Casinos Ltd a Bristol employment tribunal (Chair: O Harper) holds that a female casino worker who was refused promotion because she worked part-time was indirectly discriminated against on grounds of sex.
In Preston and others v Wolverhampton Healthcare NHS Trust and others (16 May 2000) EOR92A, the European Court of Justice rules that s.2(5) of the Equal Pay Act, which provides that a claimant's entitlement to join an occupational pension scheme is limited to a period which starts to run two years prior to the commencement of equal pay proceedings in connection with the claim, contravenes European Community law.
In Davies v Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council (15 September 1999) EOR88D, the EAT rules that a part-time worker who was given time off to attend a full-time trade union course was entitled under European law to be paid as if she were a full-time worker.
A female police officer who was refused overtime because she was a part-time worker was indirectly discriminated against on the grounds of sex, holds a Glasgow employment tribunal (Chair: D Littlejohn) in Campbell v (1) Ministry of Defence Police and (2) Mason.
In Kruger v Kreiskrankenhaus Ebersberg the European Court of Justice has ruled that a collective agreement which excluded employees working less than 15 hours from bonus payments is indirectly discriminatory.
A part-time female medical practitioner at a prison who was dismissed following a reorganisation because she could not comply with a full-time working requirement, was not indirectly discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a Leeds employment tribunal (Chair: C T Grazin) in Saxena v HM Prison Service.
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