Equality Decisions Review Issued in October 2016Posted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 27 October 2016 Issues covered:
Both cases considered here address section 14A. In the first ADJ-00002040, the adjudicator took positions relating to the consideration of reasonable cause for extension of time and the application of the defence which are departures from the normal approach adopted in such cases. The claim was defended but the adjudicator preferred the complainant’s evidence and awarded one year’s salary.
In the second, ADJ-00001718, the adjudicator upheld sexual harassment of the most offensive and flagrant nature. The claim was not defended and the award was €40,000.
Issues: Race (nationality), harassment on the race ground, part-entitlement to defence in s14A, reasonable
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