Thursday May 28, 2020

Intel in High Court bid to halt ruling in claim of discrimination

Intel is taking High Court action over a female manager who alleges she was discriminated against after becoming pregnant.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
18th May, 2014

Intel is taking High Court action over a female manager who alleges she was discriminated against after becoming pregnant.

The company is seeking to stop the Labour Court from ruling in the case of Marie Cunningham, a senior Intel human resources manager who was on a salary of over €100,000.

She had worked with Intel for 11 years. She made a formal complaint that she had not been given her job back by Intel when...

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