Employment Equality Decisions Issued in December 2014

Posted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 13 January 2015
Bernadette Treanor
Beo Solutions
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Employment Equality Decisions issued in December 2014 Reviewed

1. The first case, DEC-E2014-072 relates to allegations of a failure to provide reasonable accommodation for a warehouse operative after sick leave which were upheld and his dismissal which was ultimately found to have no connection with the disability ground. The reduction of his hours because he had not achieved his targets was found to be discriminatory even though others who had not achieved their targets had their hours reduced. The Equality Officer found that as the others were not on reduced targets due to a disability their circumstances were not the same.

2. The second case, DEC-E2014-074, is a

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Bernadette Treanor
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