Disability and Reasonable Accommodation - Nano Nagle School v DalyPosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 25 February 2016
This article looks at Nano Nagle School v Daly, an appeal on a point of law from the Labour Court determination relating to what consitutes “reasonable accommodation” from an employer’s perspective.
CASE NAME AND REFERENCE: Nano Nagle School v Daly  IEHC 785,
COURT OR TRIBUNAL: High Court, Noonan J, 11th December 2015
JURISDICTION/SUBJECT MATTER: Disability – Reasonable accommodation
Marie Daly worked as an SNA in a special school for children with varying degrees of disability. The school has 12 teachers and 27 SNAs.
Ms Daly commenced employment in 1998 and sustained a significant
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