Rothwell v HSEPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEquality Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
This case was not upheld by the Equality Officer but it may be of some interest to those involved in workplace investigations. The complainant made a number of allegations spanning some time prior to the lodgement of her complaint. The Equality Officer decided to address the complaints in accordance with Hurley v Cork VEC by assessing whether any of the alleged incidents that took place within the six months before the claim was made were discriminatory. The complainant presented the issuing of the report on her internal complaint pursuant to the Dignity at Work Policy as the only alleged unlawful treatment of her. However, the complainant was unable to indicate what
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