Employment Equality DecisionsPosted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 27 August 2013
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions issued in July 2013 Reviewed
These decisions of the Equality Tribunal were reviewed by Bernadette Treanor, Managing Consultant, Beo Solutions, and former Equality Officer at the Equality Tribunal.
The first case reminds us that where a successful candidate in a selection process is a man and the unsuccessful but more qualified candidate is a woman is sufficient on its own to establish a prima facie case of discrimination. This logic should be extended to all grounds so that, for example, where a successful candidate is of one race and the unsuccessful but more qualified candidate is of another race then this is
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