| Commentary

(1) Generally

| Commentary

F.     The rights of part-time workers

(1)     Generally

A part-time worker has the right not to be treated by his employer less favourably than the employer treats a comparable full-time worker as regards terms of his contract or by being subjected to any other detriment by any act or deliberate omission on the part of his employer (SI 2000/1551 reg 5(1)(a) and (b)). This right applies if, but only if, (a) the less favourable treatment in question was on the ground that the worker is a part-timer and (b) the treatment is not justified on objective

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