Employee v Employer [2013] UD842/2011

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered:

The employee said she was an admin worker at farm with horses in Ireland, although her contract said she was a personal assistant and that her normal place of work would be in the office and part time in the yard. Certainly, she carried out a number of jobs. She resigned and claimed constructive dismissal after a series of fall-outs with the employer. The EAT appears to have preferred the claimant's evidence.
The EAT found "The cumulative actions of the respondent in the preceding year had resulted in a complete breakdown of trust and confidence on the part of the claimant in the respondent." and that it was "...satisfied that the claimant was entitled not to return to work when the

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