Ziolkowska v Gallagher T/A Avenue Barbers and Gallagher T/A Hair & Beauty [2013]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
  • Legal Body
    Equality Tribunal (EQT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Discrimination and Equality, Pay
Issues covered: Race; Gender; Equal pay; Respondent accepting then denying being employer

The complainant originally lodged a complaint against the first named respondent until a P45 was received from the second named respondent against whom she lodged a second complaint.  The first named respondent accepted that it was the employer but subsequently resiled from this.  The second named respondent accepted that it was the employer but it too resiled from this.  The Equality Officer ultimately held the first named respondent was the employer at all times. Throughout this Decision the respondents’ approach was such that the Equality Officer stated that their approach displayed the “lack of diligence and regard …. applied to employment related issues in their

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This article is correct at 20/09/2013

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