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D. Cases

A Part-Time Employee is an Employee of an Organisation whose normal hours of work are less than a comparable Employee in relation to the role that he or she is carrying out. An Organisation cannot treat a part-time Employee any less favourably than they would treat a comparable full time Employee in the same set of circumstances.  

There are a number of cases set out below which detail what Organisations considerations should be in dealing with part-time Employees, such as dealing with requests for part-time work, what is a comparable Employee, how to accurately pro-rata benefits. These are all cases which have come before third party forums. Organisations should consider these cases, and the learnings to be taken from them which can be found in the detailed summaries collated by the Adare Human Resource Management team.

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