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6 April 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Underhill J (P)
Redundancy selection criteria used by a firm of solicitors included ‘lockup' - broadly, the period between carrying out work and getting paid for it. Because a woman from the group from which employees were to be selected was on maternity leave at date of assessment, she was given maximum score for ‘lockup'.
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