Employment law cases

Shackletons Garden Centre Ltd v Lowe EAT/0161/10

Reports relating to this case:

  • Sex discrimination: Tribunal's approach to detriment and justification was flawed

    18 January 2011

    In Shackletons Garden Centre Ltd v Lowe EAT/0161/10, the EAT held that an employment tribunal had insufficient evidence for its finding that an employee returning from maternity leave suffered indirect sex discrimination when her employer required her to work weekend shifts on the same basis as the other sales staff.