The Fair Employment Tribunal in NI - What is the Law?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 10 March 2022
Now, this is the one I find really interesting, Campbell v Castlereagh City Council. It's that third-party harassment question that we greeted you with at the start. So let's find out what the position is then. So what happened in this case, Seamus?
Seamus: Particularly, Jason Elliott has done a really good overview of this case. And if anybody was listening to the podcast earlier there in February that Emma McIlveen had also done, this was a case that was dealt with by Emma as well. But the essentials here that you're looking at are issues of third-party harassment.
Background to this case was that the claimant was Catholic, but had no political affiliations or anything like that. What
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