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28 January 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Underhill J (P); Mr T Haywood; Mr B Gibbs
Bonuses which could have been justified on grounds of productivity when originally introduced but for which the link between the bonus and productivity had been lost over time could no longer justify a pay differential between those predominantly male groups who received the bonus and the predominantly female groups who did not.
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