Review of Recently Not Upheld Equality DecisionsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 21 June 2011
The Equality Tribunal recently published many Decisions taken under the Employment Equality Acts and we summarised the upheld claims and sent those last week. Summaries of the last 40 not upheld complaints appear below.
They are mainly the usual motley crew of vexatious claims involving complainants who either failed to turn up at hearing or who could not produce enough evidence to establish a prima facie if they did turn up. However, some useful gems are here, including:
* Case 13 below: an employee who goes out sick and refuses to attend a disciplinary hearing. The complainant upped the stakes here by claiming requests from management to attend meetings constituted disability harassment.
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