>> It is particularly difficult for me because you Irish take care of >> your
>> own first, and places like Cable Wireless Ireland are bold enough >> to say >> "We are going to hire an Irish person!" It is amazing that I >> get any
>> interviews at all.
> I'm pretty sure there's laws against that - Maybe they > don't apply if you're not an E.U. citizen ?
There are specific Irish laws concerning discrimination on marital & family status, age, disability, race, sexual orientation, religious belief and membership of the travelling community which protect everyone in Ireland even if they only entered the country 15 minutes ago irrespective from where they come - the law is against the transgressor (the employer).
It can be reported to info at equality.ie
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