A Worker and an Employer DEC-E2015-057Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEquality Tribunal (EQT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
The complaint listed a large number of issues including religion, gender, promotion, training, conditions of employment, discriminatory dismissal, harassment, victimisation and victimisatory dismissal. Also included was an assertion that the complainant was the only new member of staff not allocated a mobile phone handset.
The respondent indicated that the complainant was not entitled to a phone in accordance with her contract. The Equality Officer stated “In the case at hand no substantial evidence of dates, times, places or named persons on which an investigation could proceed has been provided by the complainant”. At the hearing her representative requested an adjournment to
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