ccostelloe at flogas.ie wrote:
> Even if a person does not have a work permit, then provided the employer was unaware of that, the employer can still
> be found guilty of discrimination (say) on race grounds, such as in the case that started off this (Off) Topic.
Since the bold Bertie is urging (via the media) employers to hire "irish"
people, i reckon there is not much case to pursue.
Discrimination based on Nationality is not the same as discrimination based on
race. Two people can be the same race, but different Nationality.
Gerard Keating Tully
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