Review of Recent Decisions from the Equality Tribunal

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 20 January 2010 Issues covered:

The Equality Tribunal published 13 decisions under the Employment Equality Acts, 5 of which were successful in whole or in part. These are reviewed below beginning as always with the successful cases.

A number of the complaints refer to claims by complainants Eastern European origin. The highest award was €13,000.

Employment Equality Decisions Upheld or Part Upheld

1. DEC-E2009-111 Ms. Z -v- A Chain Store.

Ground/Issue: Disability - Failure to Provide Reasonable Accommodation.
Award: €1,000 for lost Income and €7,000 for Discrimination.

The complainant, who has epilepsy, alleged that the respondent had discriminated against her in that it failed to provide her with reasonable accommodation to

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