Generally, an employee needs at least one years’ service with their employer to bring an unfair dismissal claim to the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”). However, there are exceptions to this general rule.
The Irish arm of delivery giant UPS has been ordered to pay a former senior manager €75,000 for his discriminatory dismissal.
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has ruled on a recent unfair dismissal case. A man who had been drinking alcohol just hours before starting work and subsequently lost his job has been unfairly dismissed according to the WRC.
The Sims Clinic told the WRC that it made Ms Murphy redundant after it suspended its Egg Donation Programme following the outbreak of Covid-19
A Design Engineer for an agricultural machinery manufacturer who was dismissed over his stammer has been awarded €15,000 in compensation.
€10,000 compensation recommended for woman dismissed for not returning to office due to effects of Covid enforced creche closure
A sports firm here dismissed a credit controller after she could not return to the workplace following a Covid-19 enforced closure of the creche that cared for her two children.
Stanislav Ivanov, who was awarded €4,500 after a ruling that he was unfairly dismissed, says he wants to clear his reputation
In the recent decision of Leigh Bell v Cope Limited t/a Cope Galway, UDD2145 the Complainant had been awarded €8,400 in compensation for her constructive dismissal by the Respondent. On appeal to the Labour Court this decision was overturned, and the Court concluded that the Complainant was