She and her job-share colleague, mother-of-one Waterson, alleged that they were forced out by BSkyB to save on further maternity pay. Another manager was appointed. This provision would apply to all applicants but women would be at a disadvantage as it is less likely they will be over 6 feet tall. Please click here for the Maternity page. The tribunal criticised BSkyB's restructuring for its lack of transparency in the awarding of jobs. He has since left Sky and now works for a digital services firm.