Helen Earley v Health Service Executive (No.2) Posted In: Case Law
Case ReferenceIECA 207
Legal BodyCourt of Appeal (IECA)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscipline and Grievance, Contracts of Employment
This appeal concerned the re-assignment of the plaintiff from the operational and clinical nursing duties specified in her contract of employment to non-operational duties. Although this re-assignment did not result in any loss of remuneration, or loss of reputation or status, the Court in their first judgment found that these considerations were fundamentally irrelevant as there had been a breach of the terms of her contract of employment.
The HSE had stressed that no disciplinary findings against the plaintiff existed and that her re-assignment was only temporary in nature. However, no steps had been made since the re-assignment, on the 6th of July 2015, to restore the plaintiff to her
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