A Paramedic v An Ambulance Provider Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Relations Commission (WRC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Pay
The Complainant, who was employed as a Paramedic until May 2018 contended that he had been unfairly dismissed. The Complainant also claimed that his employment was terminated without notice.
The Complainant advised the Respondent employer in April 2018 that he was unwell and would not be at work the following day. On the following day he attended a football match that his son was playing in as he felt well enough but did not attend work as his understanding was that he could not attend work until 48 hours after the virus had passed. On the 9th of April he arrived for work where he found out that the Respondent had arranged for somebody to take a photo of him at the football match. The
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