Review of Recent Decisions from the Equality TribunalPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 26 April 2010 Issues covered:
The Equality Tribunal published 22 decisions recently under the Employment Equality Acts, 7 of which were successful in whole or in part. These are reviewed below beginning as always with the successful cases.
EMPLOYMENT EQUALITY DECISIONS UPHELD OR PART-UPHELD:
1. DEC-E2010 -026 An Employee -v- A Restaurant.
Ground/Issue: Race - Discriminatory Treatment.
Award: €500 for Discrimination
The complainant claimed discrimination on the ground of his national origins in that he was treated less favourably than another person with different national origins would have been treated in relation to access to an interview contrary to his pertinent experience. Furthermore, it was submitted that he has
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