Gregorz Sleczka v Sylwia Skrzat Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court (LC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionRedundancy
In this case, The Respondent Employer appealed the Decision of the Adjudication Officer to the Labour Court after The Adjudication Officer decided that the Complainant’s complaint was well-founded and she was therefore entitled to a statutory redundancy payment arising from the circumstances in which her employment with the Respondent had terminated.
The Complainant was employed as a retail assistant in the Respondent’s premises in Monaghan. Her gross weekly wage was €231.25. The Respondent informed the Complainant by written notice that he intended to close the Monaghan shop on the 15th of October 2017. The Respondent offered the Complainant (who resides in Monaghan) a position in
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