Moonlite Cleaning Services Limited v Jolanta Drabik Posted In: Case Law
Case ReferenceIRLC EDA 1416
Legal BodyLabour Court
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
This case was an appeal from the Employer against a decision of the Equality officer before the Labour Court. The original claim surrounded discriminatory treatment on the grounds of her pregnancy which ultimately led to her dismissal. The Equality Officer concluded that the respondent company had discriminated against the complainant on the basis of her gender and thus they held that she was entitled to claim constructive dismissal. On the facts, the Equality Officer subsequently awarded the complainant €22,000 for the discriminatory treatment she endured in the course of employment and a further €11,000 for the distress caused by victimisation.
The complainant was employed with the
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