The principle of equal treatment1 applies to the right to join an occupational pension scheme2. The exclusion of part-time employees from an occupational pension scheme where the majority of employees excluded are women infringes the principle of equal treatment unless the employer can show that the policy was based on objectively justified factors unrelated to any discrimination on the ground of sex
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