Dinner ladies win equal pay battle – The Times

Posted April 26th, 2007 in compensation, equal pay, news, sex discrimination, victimisation by sally

“A group of school dinner ladies who claimed they were victimised by their local council after bringing equal pay claims has won their case at the House of Lords.”

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The Times, 25th April 2007

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The woman leading fight for working mothers – The Observer

Posted April 23rd, 2007 in news, sex discrimination by sally

“It is one of the most eagerly awaited decisions by the law lords, holding potentially significant ramifications for women in the workplace that could set rules on what behaviour is judged illegal discrimination by employers and bolstering the status of pregnant workers.”

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The Observer, 22nd April 2007

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Banker ‘was asked to flirt with clients and do dishes’ – The Times

Posted April 17th, 2007 in news, sex discrimination by sally

“A City banker was told to use her female charms to woo clients over candlelit dinners and was asked by her manager to do the washing-up at a business meal, an employment tribunal was told yesterday.”

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The Times, 17th April 2007

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Ex-BNP banker claims she was forced out after taking maternity leave – The Times

Posted April 16th, 2007 in flexible working, news, sex discrimination by sally

“A former ‘high-flying’ female banker who claims that male colleagues placed bets on whether she would return to work after having a baby is suing her former employer, BNP Paribas, for sex discrimination.”

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The Times, 16th April 2007

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