Gender Discrimination

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The Employment Equality Act 1998 and the Equal Status Act 2000 (Eire) provide that one should not be discriminated against on grounds of gender, marital status, household standing, age, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or membership of the Traveller neighborhood. The Committee clarified that the obligation of employers to chorus from discrimination and, concomitantly, states’ obligation to forestall, redress and remedy such discrimination, extends beyond the termination of employment to arguments made in unfair dismissal cases.

The employee requested re-engagement (however not particularly to an job then available) as a result of numerous personal reasons that she had, such because the employer was versatile with working hours which she discovered that different employers cou...

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