Employment Equality Decisions Issued in October

Posted in : 2014 on 29 October 2014
Bernadette Treanor
Beo Solutions


Bernadette Treanor writes:


Employment Equality Decisions published in October 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.

1. The first case, DEC-E2014-064 is one of the rare cases that uses misrepresentation (s77(6)) on the part of the employer to extend time.  It relates to a Chinese national who worked weekends whose pay rate was unilaterally cut by 33% while the remainder of staff were given a formal proposal for 10% cut for consideration. 

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Bernadette Treanor
Beo Solutions

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