A General Manager v A Non-Governmental Organisation and Registered Charity Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service (WAS)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Working Time
The Complainant commenced her employment as a General Manager with the Respondent in February 2018. The Complainant states that she handed her resignation into the Board of Management as she was getting no support from them. The Complainant also brought another complaint under the Organisation of Working Time Act.
The Complainant described a difficult relationship with the Financial Officer. By February 2019, the situation with this individual was such that the Complainant sought intervention from the board and to this end set out a comprehensive complaint against the Finance and Office Co-Ordinator. She made it quite clear that her position going forward would be untenable if
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