Acas staff claim sex bias over pay levels


first_imgAcas staff claim sex bias over pay levelsOn 1 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Half the workforce at arbitration body Acas is making a claim against theiremployer of indirect sex discrimination. The Public Services and CommercialServices Union is bringing the action on behalf of 464 of its members in adispute over pay levels, which are linked to length of unbroken service ratherthan the experience and contribution of individuals. Although some men are being represented in the action, the union allegesthat women have been most affected by the system because they take careerbreaks to have children and are then penalised because their length of servicehas been broken. Acas, which employs about 800 people, has launched an arbitration scheme,designed to avoid the traditional, time-consuming and costly employmenttribunal process. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

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