The tribunal found the commission had indirectly broken sex discrimination laws, albeit unintentionally
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Equality Commission 'must pay £8,000 for sex discrimination'

A solicitor has been awarded £8,000 after she won a sex discrimination case against her employer, the Equality Commission.

Elizabeth Kennedy was not allowed to return to her permanent job after she took a five-year career break.

The tribunal found the commission had indirectly broken sex discrimination laws, albeit unintentionally.

BBC News NI's Rick Faragher reports.

  • 13 Feb 2015