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Kilcawley Building and Civil Engineering (Sligo) Limited T/A Kilcawley Construction v Andrew Muldowney [2018]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    RPD185
  • Legal Body
    Labour Court
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Redundancy and Reorganisation, Collective and Trade Union Issues
Issues covered: Redundancy Payments Acts, 1967 to 2014; Service of RP9 Form

This case involved a claim of statutory redundancy. The complainant had been placed on lay off / short term work with effect from the 11th March 2016. He claimed that he was entitled to be made redundant and submitted an RP9 form to the respondent on the 31st August 2016. He returned to work for the respondent on the 6th September 2016 and did not receive a response in writing to the RP9 form until after this date. The complainant acknowledged that he had returned to work and that after two weeks had been transferred to a site in Athlone.

He alleged that at this point his wages were cut as a

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This article is correct at 09/05/2018
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