Review of Recent Decisions from the Equality Tribunal - May 2010Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 19 May 2010
The Equality Tribunal published 18 decisions recently under the Employment Equality Acts, 6 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 -043 An Employee -v- A Construction Company.
Ground/Issue: Race - Harassment
Award: €2,000 for Harassment.
The complainant, a Lithuanian national, stated that he started working for the respondent in 2003 clearing up sites, etc. He stated that in 2005 his job role changed to that of a handyman. He stated that in this capacity he was expected to carry out all kind of building work. The complainant's employment ended in
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