County Offaly Citizens Information Service Ltd v Mary Linehan  ILCRPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court
Type of Claim / JurisdictionHealth and Safety
This case concerned the alleged penalisation of the complainant following a complaint she made regarding her treatment by one of her managers. She claimed that as a result of her complaint she suffered four detriments; close supervision, requirement to attend the company doctor, failure to be considered for temporary promotion and being threatened with disciplinary action. Based on the evidence provided the Court held that the complaints were not considered ‘penalisation’ within the meaning of the Act and the case was accordingly dismissed.
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