Carl v University of Sheffield EAT - two knotty points in interpreting the part-time work regulations

  1. a hypothetical comparator is not permissible in cases in which a part-time worker claims he or she is being treated less favourably than a full time worker (which would be unlawful under the Part Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000);

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