Ms. B v HSEPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEquality Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
The complainant worked as a Call Handling Co-ordinator in the Out-of-Hours GP service and was diagnosed with a retinal detachment in April 2010. She ultimately lost the sight in her eye. She returned to work on 28 June 2010. She sought a move to day shift working. She asserted her reason for seeking the change was because of her concerns about night driving due to her disability but the respondent asserts she sought the change because she had a bad working relationship with her colleagues on the roster. The respondent asserted that despite it not being a request for appropriate measures within the meaning of the Acts she was accommodated in the short
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