People Management: Setting paternity pay below the level of enhanced maternity pay is not discriminatory, EAT rules

by Michelle Morgan


Michelle Morgan, senior associate in the employment team in Maidenhead’s comments have featured in People Management.

“Businesses will be pleased to hear that failure to enhance shared parental pay in line with enhanced maternity pay is not discriminatory on the grounds of sex.”
She added that the level of pay was “inextricably linked” to the purpose of maternity leave protecting the health and wellbeing of women during pregnancy and after childbirth.

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