Discrimination & Equal Pay
There are a number of circumstances where discrimination laws and bonuses cross. Employers should bear in mind that discrimination may lead to claims of significant value. For example:
- Whether a woman is entitled to a full or partial bonus if she is on maternity leave or has been on maternity leave for part of the year.
- Where, indirectly, certain individuals of different sex, race, age or other protected characteristic are treated less favourably than their colleagues. An example may be where a disabled employee is on sick leave at the time the bonus is paid but has played a central part in the sucess of his division, throughout the year.
- Whether there is equal pay between men and women when the remuneration package (including any bonuses) is broken down into its constituent parts.
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