Victoria & Albert Museum v Durrant - dismissal of employee covering for a woman on maternity leave on the mother's return to work

The statutory provision making it prima facie fair to terminate employment of a person engaged to cover for a woman who is absent on maternity leave when she returns to work requires clear and unambiguous language in the written information given to the employee on engagement. If the wording is ambiguous, the provision will not apply.

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