Experience requirement for shortlisting indirectly discriminated against female job applicant
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Crilly v Ballymagroarty Hazelbank Community Partnership NIIT/242/11 (0 other reports)
Crilly v Ballymagroarty Hazelbank Community Partnership NIIT/242/11
sex discrimination | recruitment | shortlisting
This Northern Ireland industrial tribunal decision is a good example of how an employer can indirectly discriminate against a female job applicant by making it a requirement to have a number of years' relevant experience within a narrow time frame, something that is more difficult for women who have been raising a family to achieve.