Review of Recent Upheld Equality DecisionsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 31 January 2011
The Equality Tribunal recently published 26 Decisions taken under the Employment Equality Acts, just 5 of which were successful. Awards for the successful cases ranged from €1500 to €16630.
As has been common for some time, the majority of complaints, successful and unsuccessful from a complainant's point of view, were lodged by those of Eastern European origin and most complained of discriminatory dismissal and other mistreatment on the race ground.
An exceptional case is number 4 below, involving a complaint on grounds of age discrimination in relation to a professorship vacancy at UCD.
EMPLOYMENT EQUALITY DECISIONS UPHELD OR PART-UPHELD:
1. DEC-E2010-237: An Employee -v- An Employer
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