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Job sharing

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  • HR professionals feature highly in list of power part-timers

    Date:
    26 February 2019
    Type:
    News

    HR professionals make up seven of the entries in this year's Timewise Power 50 - a list of the UK's most powerful part-time workers.

  • Job-sharers' contract

    Type:
    Policies and documents

    Updated to highlight the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation in force from 25 May 2018, on this document.

  • Job share

    Type:
    Employment glossary

    Definition from the XpertHR glossary.

  • Job-sharers quiz

    Type:
    Line manager briefings

    A quiz for line managers to test their knowledge on the law and practice relating to job-sharers.

  • Job-sharers

    Type:
    Line manager briefings

    Line manager briefing examining job-sharing, including job-sharers' statutory rights and how managers can get the most out of job-sharing arrangements.

  • Case round-up: Requests to job share

    Date:
    24 January 2006
    Type:
    Law reports

    This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering requests to job share.

  • Case digest

    Date:
    1 August 2003
    Type:
    Law reports

    Hilary Slater, consultant with Cobbetts solicitors, provides a round-up of employment tribunal decisions on discrimination.

  • Case digest

    Date:
    1 September 2002
    Type:
    Law reports

    Hilary Slater, consultant with Cobbetts solicitors, provides a round-up of employment tribunal decisions on discrimination.

  • Jobshare refusal unlawful

    Date:
    1 September 1998
    Type:
    Law reports

    In Convery v (1) Governors of Rawthorpe C E (C) Infant and Nursery School and (2) Kirklees Metropolitan Council a Leeds employment tribunal (Chair: K J Fletcher) holds that an employer which failed to follow its own jobshare policy unlawfully discriminated against a full-time teacher when it refused her request to return to work on a jobshare basis following maternity leave.

  • Discrimination against former jobsharers

    Date:
    1 September 1998
    Type:
    Law reports

    In Hill v Revenue Commissioners (17 June 1998) EOR81B, the European Court of Justice holds that rules which treat full-time workers who previously jobshared disadvantageously compared with other full-time workers, must in principle be treated as contrary to Article 119 of the EC Treaty, and that indirect sex discrimination cannot be justified on cost grounds.

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