My issue is about victimisation
It is victimisation if a person is dismissed or treated badly because they have made a complaint under the Employment Equality Acts or Equal Status Acts.
Victimisation is against the law. The law which deals with victimisation is the Employment Equality Acts 1998 – 2015 (EEA).
It is victimisation if you are threatened, treated adversely or dismissed because:
- you make a complaint of discrimination against your employer
- you have been involved in a discrimination case at the Workplace Relations Commission
- you helped a co-worker to make a complaint of discrimination
- your work has been compared to that of a person who is involved in a complaint
- you were involved as a witness in a discrimination case at the Workplace Relations Commission
- you have taken a discrimination complaint to court
- you have told your employer that you intend to do any of the things mentioned in this list.