Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalk  CJEUPosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 14 February 2017 Issues covered:
Key Issues: Equal treatment – age discrimination
Case: Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalt
Reference: Case C-539/15, CJEU (Sixth Chamber), 21 December 2016
Legislation: Directive 2000/78/EC
Mr Bowman, who was born on 28 July 1961, has been employed by the Administration under a private law contract of employment since 1 April 1988. The contract is governed by the DO.A, a collective agreement. His remuneration is calculated on the basis of a classification undertaken at the time of his recruitment without account having been taken, at that point in time, of his completed periods of school education. Mr Bowman has, since then, progressed every two
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