Employment Equality Decisions Issued in MayPosted in : 2014 on 27 May 2014
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions issued in April 2014 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 describes a litany of mistreatment of an employee at the hands of an employer non-compliant with “vast swathes of employment law”. However, the nexus between any unfavourable treatment and the grounds is unclear.
The second case, parties unnamed, centres around the complainant’s application for parental leave. Although there were 12 female and 13 male parental leave applicants the Equality Officer found for
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