Review of Recent Decision from the Equality Tribunal - Mary Higgins v Permanent TSB DEC-E2010-084

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 15 June 2010

Mary Higgins -v- Permanent TSB DEC-E2010-084
Discrimination, Gender, Family Status.


1. Claim

The dispute concerned a claim by Ms. Higgins that she was discriminated against indirectly when the respondent failed to provide her with part time work on 15 November 2005.


2. Complainant's Case

The complainant is employed as a Programmer/Analyst in the respondent's IT department based in Cork Airport Business Park. She is married with 5 children ranging in ages, in 2005, between 1 year and 9 years. She commenced employment in 1986 and has worked with the bank through its various existences arising

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