A Nurse -v- Health Service Executive Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEquality Tribunal (EQT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
The complainant in this case was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in 2002. She developed lymphoedema affecting both her arms following surgical intervention which remained as a consequence. She continued in her role in Unit A until she was informed she was being moved in September 2009. The complainant believed that she was being moved because she had made a verbal complaint of bullying against the Assistant Director of Nursing.
The Equality Officer considered that during the intervening years the complainant was “provided with appropriate measures and that moving her from that accommodation was an ill-considered and an ill-thought out solution to an interpersonal staffing
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