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Doc-on-call driver awarded €12,000 over age bias

22nd June, 2014

Thomas O’Mahony had a good career with Eircom. As he approached 60 in 2005, he was working as a manager with the telco, and opted for a redundancy departure package.

Shortly afterwards, he was approached by a former Eircom colleague and invited to apply for a part-time job as a driver/attendant with Southwest Doc-on-Call, an after-hours medical service in the Cork-Kerry region.

Apparently, this medical service, which had an agreement with the Health Service...

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