Employment Equality Decisions Issued in April 2015Posted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 28 April 2015 Issues covered:
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Two cases were upheld this month and both have interesting technical aspects. They are detailed below in addition to two cases not upheld (considered in brief) which also have interesting issues to review.
1. The first case upheld, DEC-E2015-015, addresses depression, and a ‘resignation’ made while the employee was unwell being considered ‘special circumstances’. It also addresses reasonable accommodation and appears to go further than has previously been required as it finds that the respondent failed to provide reasonable accommodation while the complainant was still certified unfit for work.
2. The second case, DEC-E2015-016, relates to an alleged
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