Review of Recent Cases at the Equality Tribunal - September 2010

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 22 September 2010 Issues covered:

Yesterday the Director of the Equality Tribunal published 16 decisions under the Employment Equality Acts, just 6 of which were successful in whole or in part. Large awards included some €60 000 to 5 Latvian claimants, who claimed equal pay, failure to provide terms and conditions and discriminatory dismissal. It could have been worse for the employer - 5 other claimants failed to turn up and had their cases dismissed. The final successful case led to €16 000 awarded to each of 6 complainants for victimisation, notwithstanding that all of their other discrimination claimed failed.

The first successful case is an interesting one in relation to discriminatory height restrictions for bus

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