Equality Decisions Review August 2017Posted in : BEO Solutions on Employment Equality Decisions on 8 August 2017
In this month’s equality feature, Bernadette Treanor, Managing Consultant with Beo Solutions, reviews the case of Irish Rail v Michael Flanagan  EDA1716 and Complainant and Various (Bakery Case)  ADJ-00004390.
* NOTE: Bernadette is also the chair of Legal-Island's Employment Equality Law in Ireland Update 2017 conference, taking place at Hilton Charlemont Place, Dublin on Thursday 12th October 2017.
Irish Rail v Michael Flanagan
WRC reference: ADJ-00002298
Labour Court Reference: EDA1716
Keywords: Discrimination; Disability; Reasonable Accommodation; Direct Discrimination; Comparator
The complainant, Mr. Flanagan, worked for Irish rail from 2004 until he fell ill in January
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