Labour Court Reduces €10,000 Unfair Dismissal Award, Despite Flawed Procedure, Due to Teacher’s Own Conduct
The Labour Court (the “Court”) case of Scoil Aine Naofa v Michael Hughes ADJ00025-23 concerned an appeal by both parties of a decision of the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”).
Aer Lingus v. Elizabeth Barry EDA2331 was an appeal to the Labour Court (the “Court”) by the Complainant against a Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) decision which found that her discrimination complaint was not well founded.
In an article published in our October 2022 newsletter , we discussed the decision of the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) in ADJ-00033234.
Kenneth Malone v Cerlock Ltd ADJ-00041931 concerned three complaints to the Workplace Relations Commission (the “WRC”) under the Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2015, the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997, and the Terms of Employment (Information) Acts 1994-2014.
In Zsuzsanna Budai v Acd Practice Management Ltd (Ardum Clinic) ADJ-00037391, the Complainant, Ms Budai, bought a claim to the Workplace Relations Commission (the “WRC”) that she was unfairly dismissed from her employment in the Respondent dental practice.
Paulette Leonard v The Board of Management Farnham NS- ADJ-00033826 concerned two complaints of penalisation under the Parental Leave Act 1998 heard by the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”).
The Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) case of Paul Burke v Dungarvan Insulation Limited ADJ-00035692 involved a number of complaints under the Unfair Dismissals Acts, the Minimum Notice & Terms of Employment Acts, the Protection of Employees (Fixed Term Work) Act, and the Payment of Wages Act 1991.
A Worker v A Health Service Provider ADJ-00037789 concerned a complaint to the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) under the Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977 –2015 (the “Acts”). The Complainant argued that she was unfairly dismissed after being assured that her post would be made permanent over time.
The High Court has recently upheld the decision of the Labour Court that a Principal of a primary school was unfairly dismissed, eleven and a half years after he was first placed on administrative leave. In An Bord Banistíochta, Gaelscoil Moshíológ v The Labour Court  IEHC 484, the High Court (Cregan J.) described the case as …
The Supreme Court has recently considered the legal position relating to workplace suspensions in the case of Ray O’Sullivan v The Health Service Executive  IESC 11.