In September, the respondent accepted that Mrs Geller was an employee and she and Mr Geller were made redundant.
The tribunal concluded that Mrs Geller was self-employed because of the ad hoc nature of work and the fact that she submitted timesheets.
The Government’s view was that there was no obligation to do so, on the basis that there cannot be any (direct) sex discrimination given that both female and male parents on SPL are treated alike.
If the employer does not transfer men for the same reason, this transfer may be considered Direct Sex Discrimination.
Sex differences in human physiology are distinctions of physiological characteristics associated with either male or female humans.
Direct sex differences follow a bimodal distribution.
Through the process of meiosis and fertilization (with rare exceptions), each individual is created with zero or one Y-chromosome.