This is for you GEOS fanatics that can't get enough of the defunct school:
A JAPANESE-owned English language school has been ordered to pay one of its managers compensation of €30,000 and to increase her salary in line with that of a male counterpart.
The school, trading as GEOS Ireland, was found to have discriminated against Nerea Medrano on a number of grounds, including gender and family status.
The company that runs the Dublin-based school was also found to have harassed Ms Medrano on grounds of gender and family status and for this she was awarded €30,000 in compensation.
What I don't understand is why the GEOS chief executive in question is only referred to as "Mr. K." This has to be Tsuneo Kusunoki. Why obscure his identity? Or was this information not in the actual published claim? Although the tribunal has ordered compensation to be paid, will the manager see any of the money?