Employment Equality Decisions Issued in FebruaryPosted in : 2014 on 25 February 2014
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions published in February 2014 Reviewed
These decisions of the Equality Tribunal and Labour Court were reviewed by Bernadette Treanor, Managing Consultant, Beo Solutions, and former Equality Officer at the Equality Tribunal.
The first case relates to complaints from 34 complainants handled in one Decision. It contains some useful guidance on how notional comparators should be handled.
The second case, also not upheld, relates to agency workers but since it was lodged with the Tribunal before the new legislation on agency workers came into force it is handled in accordance with the pre-existing arrangements.
The third case below relates
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