Review of Recent Successful Cases at the Equality Tribunal - August 2010Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 24 August 2010
The Equality Tribunal recently published 27 decisions under the Employment Equality Acts, 5 of which were successful in whole or in part. The largest award was €100,000 in a pregnancy discrimination case that involved victimisation and the final award below was issued with an option for the respondent to pay in interest-free instalments.
This article contains summaries of the successful claims. Those not upheld will be issued in a separately.
EMPLOYMENT EQUALITY DECISIONS UPHELD OR PART-UPHELD:
DEC-E2010-114 An Employee -v- An Employer.
Grounds Issues: Discriminatory Treatment, Access to Employment, Marital Status, Family Status, Race.
Award: €6,000 for Discrimination.
The complainant submitted
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