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Harassment and Bullying Policy
Overview The company is committed to providing all of its employees with an environment free from bullying/harassment. All employees will be expected to comply with this policy and management will take appropriate measures to ensure that bullying/harassment does not occur....
Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace
The Employment Equality Acts 1998-2015 protects against harassment/sexual harassment in the workplace. The employer has a duty to provide an environment free of harassment (sexual or otherwise) as part of the conditions of employment. The employer may also be liable...
Gender Based Discrimination
This is not unlawful where an employer proves that the difference is genuinely based on grounds other than the gender ground. The onus of proof lies with the employer. Note - Discrimination is allowed if the reason is an occupational...
Pay Related Discrimination
Gender based discrimination – Both male and female employees are entitled to the same pay where they are doing “like work”. Male and Female employees are entitled to the same remuneration for “like work” regardless of age, sexual orientation, etc....
Types of Discrimination
The Employment Equality Acts 1998-2015, the Pensions Act 1990 and the Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2007, make provision for equality in relation to pay, conditions of employment, recruitment, opportunities for promotion and training, etc. The Employment Equality Acts 1998-2015 make provision...