Hayward v Cammell Laird Shipbuilders Ltd: HL 1984

The system of job evaluation when selecting for redundancies, for which there is uniquely by statue the designation of an expert, is one which is susceptible to different methodologies.


Lord Chancellor, Lord Thankerton, Lord Russell of Killowen, Lord Macmillan, Lord Wright, Lord Porter, Lord Clauson


[1984] IRLR 463


England and Wales

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See AlsoHayward v Cammell Laird Shipbuilders Ltd (No. 2) HL 1988
A woman complained that she was not being paid as much as male colleagues who were doing work of equal value. An Act of Parliament had made certain provisions in that regard. Later, that Act had been amended for the purpose of complying with . .
CitedMiddlesbrough Borough Council v Surtees and others EAT 24-Aug-2007
EAT Equal Pay Act – Equal value
When an Independent Expert has been appointed by an Employment Tribunal to report on an equal value question, rule 11(4) of Sched 6 to Employment Tribunal Regulations 2004 . .
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Updated: 02 May 2022; Ref: scu.377520