Sex Discrimination: Special treatment was too special

The EAT has ruled that by not selecting an employee who was on maternity leave for redundancy, an employer disadvantaged her colleague instead, reports Gemma Rusling ‘If a woman who is pregnant or on maternity leave has been treated disproportionately more favourably than is reasonably necessary to compensate her for the disadvantages that arise from …
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