A Sharp v Caledonia Group Services Ltd: EAT 18 Apr 2005

EAT Sex Discrimination – Direct.
EAT Equal Pay Act – Material factor defence.


His Honour Judge D Serota QC


UKEAT/0041/05, UKEAT/0041/05/ZT




CitedEnderby v Frenchay Health Authority and Another ECJ 27-Oct-1993
Discrimination – Shifting Burden of Proof
(Preliminary Ruling) A woman was employed as a speech therapist by the health authority. She complained of sex discrimination saying that at her level of seniority within the NHS, members of her profession which was overwhelmingly a female . .

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See AlsoSharp v Caledonia Group Services Ltd EAT 1-Nov-2005
EAT Equal Pay Act – Material factor defence – In an equal pay claim involving a presumption of direct discrimination the genuine material factor defence requires justification by objective criteria.
The . .
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Updated: 30 April 2022; Ref: scu.234769