Dismissal of Temporary Working During PregnancyPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 1 November 2019
The Equality Commission has reported this week on another successful pregnancy discrimination case in which they supported the claimant. Does this case mean that it is not okay to terminate the contract of the temporary worker if they are pregnant even though the contract is at an end?
Seamus: I think the question, probably we received this question just as the case came in. The case was a number of weeks ago, just for clarity in case listeners think that there's been just another case there. But it's the case of, and I hope I'm saying this right, the Gruzdaite against McGrane Nurseries Ltd. This is a local case in our Industrial Tribunal. And essentially what one of the issues in the case
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