Review of Recent Cases at the Equality Tribunal - September 2010Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 21 October 2010 Issues covered:
In a week in which the Equality authority celebrated ten years of the Equality Acts, its sibling organisation, the Equality Tribunal, published 27 Decisions taken under the Employment Equality Acts for the month of July 2010 just 5 of which were successful. These are reviewed below.
This month's review relates to cases concerning Eastern European workers exclusively alleging discriminatory treatment in relation to terms and conditions of employment and harassment.
1. DEC-E2010 -164.An Employee -v- An Employer
Grounds/Issues: Discriminatory Treatment, Harassment, Race, Conditions of Employment.
Award: €3,000 for Conditions of Employment and €4,000 for Harassment.
This dispute concerned a claim
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