Employment Equality Decisions Issued in December 2014Posted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 27 January 2015 Issues covered:
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions issued in December 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. In DEC-E2014-081 the respondent delayed responding to the complainant’s degenerative eye problems and this delay was found to amount to a failure to provide reasonable accommodation even though its subsequent action was reasonable.
2. DEC-E2014-086 finds that the delay in bringing the complainant back to work following maternity leave was discriminatory even though the complainant never complied with the statutory requirement to
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