Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment

Posted in : Equality Law Decisions on 14 June 2021
Alison Martin
Issues covered: Sexual Harassment; Bullying and Harassment; Victimisation; Employment Equality


The Complainant commenced employment with Dublin City University (DCU) on the 27th November 2017 as Foundation Programme Co-Ordinator at the International Student Department. Her salary was €46,620 per annum. The Complainant alleged that she was sexually harassed, discriminated against and victimised contrary to the Employment Equality Acts 1998 – 2015 (EEA).

The Complainant's case

The Complainant submitted that, upon joining DCU, there were a number of issues within the Department which she had not been informed of. She claimed she was not provided with a desk on her first day, she was not introduced to colleagues and was not provided with correct instructions or training for

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