The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that failure to pay a male employee enhanced Shared Parental Pay was not sex discrimination.

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The European Court of Justice has held that the failure to carry out a workplace risk assessment looking into a breastfeeding worker’s individual circumstances can amount to direct sex discrimination.

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The European Court of Justice has held that a minimum height requirement to enter the Greek police was indirectly discriminatory against women and could not be objectively justified.

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The Court of Appeal has held that a faith school’s segregation policy under which they separated boys and girls when they reached a certain age amounted to direct sex discrimination.

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An employment tribunal has held that a male employee suffered direct sex discrimination when his employer failed to pay him enhanced shared parental pay.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who changed to part-time working on her return from maternity leave and who was subsequently dismissed by reason of redundancy, had been subjected to indirect sex discrimination, part-time worker detriment and…

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