Yesterday we had the Cry Baby of the Week, Claire Nathan, bleating because Air New Zealand didn’t want her and her tattoo to be working as a trolley dolly.
Today the Director of Human Rights Proceedings has copped a flogging in a similar story, which probably means the trolley dolly case will similarly fail despite the whining.
A spit roast catering company has been awarded $15,000 in costs against the Director of Human Rights Proceedings after winning the right to ask an employee to cover up her tattoos.
The award by the Human Rights Review Tribunal, comes 18 months after it ruled there was no direct discrimination to the employee, Claire Haupini.
Under the legislation the director is liable to pay the costs rather than Haupini, because the director represented her in the failed case against her former employer. Read more »