Gary Treacy v Irish Packaging Recycling Limited Posted In: Case Law
Case Reference IEHC41
Legal BodyHigh Court of Ireland (IEHC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionTransfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
The Plaintiff, Mr. Gary Treacy commenced work for Greyhound Recycling and Recovery in and around September 2008 as a Business Manager. He continued his employment within the Greyhound group until the 1st of August 2011, when a new Contract of Employment issued. His new employer, Greyhound Green Bin was an unlimited company within the same group. The contract was poorly drafted and contradictory throughout. Examples of the contradictions include:
* “Previous employment with Greyhound Recycling and Recovery from the 15th of September 2008 will count as part of your continuous employment with the company. Your employment will be on a probationary basis for a period of 6 months from the
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