The Labour Court has awarded €75,000 in for discriminatory dismissal after employer didn’t provide reasonable accommodation due to his disability and subsequently discriminatorily dismissed him.
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.
This was an Appeal by the Complainant, a 19 year old female barista, against a Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) decision that she should be awarded €3,500 on foot of a sexual harassment claim that resulted in her feeling stressed and anxious, certified out sick and ultimately resigning her position.
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.
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