The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission releases its 2021 Annual ReportPosted in : ROI on 27 July 2022
Discrimination in employment and job seeking on the grounds of disability biggest public concern under the Employment Equality Acts latest report finds.
The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has released its 2021 Annual Report.
The report highlights the cases it worked on throughout the year and the number of queries it received in 2021.
The top three public concerns under the Employment Equality Acts focused on discrimination in employment and job seeking on the grounds of disability (34 per cent), gender (25 per cent) and race grounds (14 per cent).
Read the full report by clicking here.
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This article is correct at 27/07/2022
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