Direct sex discrimination: employer providing shared parental pay at less favourable rate compared to maternity pay (Ali v Capita)

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Direct sex discrimination: employer providing shared parental pay at less favourable rate compared to maternity pay (Ali v Capita)

 

Employment analysis: An employer’s policy to pay female employees maternity pay at full pay but to pay only the statutory rate of pay to a father wishing to take shared parental leave was found by the Leeds Employment Tribunal to amount to direct sex discrimination.

 

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