G4S Secure Solutions (IRE) LTD v Mr Manuel Charana Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court (LC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal
The Respondent brought an appeal against the Adjudication Officer’s decision which determined that the Complainant had been unfairly constructively dismissed by the Respondent. The Adjudication officer upheld the complaint and awarded the sum of €20,000 to the Complainant in compensation. The Respondent then brought an appeal of this decision to the Labour Court.
The Complainant submitted that after working for a period of five months he began to experience abusive behaviour from the Respondent which he reported to the operations manager. He was then advised by the Respondent to ‘watch his back’. The Complainant submitted that the Respondent then reduced the number of shifts allocated to
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