Employment Equality Decisions Upheld in Whole or in PartPosted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 17 May 2013
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions Upheld in Whole or in Part
The first 5 cases upheld by the Equality tribunal this year are set out below. The amounts awarded are not high although one, relating to the first case considered, equates to 76 weeks’ salary. The first two cases relate to different aspects of treatment during the maternity period.
The first one relates to a discriminatory dismissal and includes an interesting extension of what allegations may be considered by the Equality Officer.
The second considers whether the role to which the complainant returned after the period of maternity leave was an equivalent role but considers this
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