Article added on Wednesday, 4 November 2009

PART-TIMERS

Change a part-timer’s days and risk sex discrimination

You asked a female part-timer with children to change her working days although this caused no actual difference to her total working hours. She’s now saying this amounts to sex discrimination. Does she have a case?

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