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2016/11 Less favourable treatment over a series of fixed term contracts is sufficiently linked to amount to a ‘series of similar acts’ despite no continuity of employment (UK)

Keywords Fixed-term discrimination
Authors Helen Coombes
Author's information

293977 Helen Coombes
Helen Coombes is an Associate at Lewis Silkin LLP: www.lewissilkin.com.
  • Abstract

      The Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) held that a university lecturer’s complaints of less favourable treatment over a series of fixed term contracts were sufficiently linked to amount to ‘a series of similar acts’ and therefore could fall within the time limit of three months for bringing a claim in the Employment Tribunal.

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