Rogers v An Post

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    High Court of Ireland (IEHC)
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Issues covered: Discipline and Grievance

Kevin Rogers (“the Plaintiff”) was the acting branch manager in Roscommon post office until the 28th March 2012. He was suspended on full pay by his employer on that date. He remained suspended on full pay at the date of this judgement.

05.03.12 - The Plaintiff allegedly engaged in the mistreatment of an item of registered post containing a urine sample from another postal worker which was on route from a member of An Garda Síochána to the Medical Bureau of Road Safety for analysis.

28.03.12 - An Garda Síochána detained the Plaintiff for questioning. The interview took place in the presence of an An Post (“the Defendant”) Fraud and Investigation Manager. The Plaintiff was ultimately

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