Review of Recent Successful Cases at the Equality Tribunal - November 2010Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 16 November 2010
The Equality Tribunal yesterday published 19 Decisions taken under the Employment Equality Acts, just 6 of which were successful. These are reviewed below.
The largest award was €26988 for sexual harassment and another €26988 for victimisation and victimisatory dismissal plus interest in a rather disturbing case of sexual harassment of a female member of staff by a manager over a sustained period of time.
EMPLOYMENT EQUALITY DECISIONS UPHELD OR PART-UPHELD:
1. DEC-E2010 -189: A Complainant -v A Respondent and A Government Department
Grounds/Issues: Religion, Access to Employment, Discrimination.
Award: €12697 for Discriminatory Treatment.
This dispute concerned a claim by Ms McKeever that she
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