Review of Recent Unsuccessful Cases at the Equality Tribunal - August 2010Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 1 September 2010
The Equality Tribunal recently published 27 decisions under the Employment Equality Acts, 5 of which were successful in whole or in part. The largest award was €100,000 in a pregnancy discrimination case that involved victimisation. We recently sent a review of the successful claims. Below you will find summaries of the unsuccessful claims.
The Equality Tribunal places a great emphasis on the need to produce corroborative evidence of discrimination or, in the case of disability, evidence that the employee is disabled within the statutory definition. Of particular interest in this regard is case number 17 below. It involved an employee who had worked for the respondent's building firm for
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