Andrzej Gera T/A Family Bakery Samo Zdrowie v Tomasz Krawczyk [2015] ILCR Recommendation No. DWT1585

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    [2015] ILCR Recommendation No. DWT1585
  • Legal Body
    Labour Court (LC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Contracts of Employment, Working Time
Issues covered: Section 28(1), Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997; Excess Hours

This case concerned the alleged breach of section 15 of the Act i.e. that the claimant was required to work in excess of the maximum 48 hours per week. The Respondent failed to maintain working time records in the required form. The Claimant’s evidence, in the form of diary entries, was deemed acceptable. Accordingly, the Claimant succeeded in his claim as the court held that Respondent had not discharged the burden of proof to show compliance. 

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