Tarossa Frehill Ltd v Mary O’Reilly Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court (LC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionRedundancy
This is an appeal brought by the Employer of a decision by the Adjudication Officer under the terms of the Redundancy Payments Acts. The Complainant brought a claim to the Workplace Relations Commission for payment of statutory redundancy in October 2018. The Adjudication Officer upheld the claim and decided that the Complainant was entitled to statutory redundancy of €7,648.
In the appeal, The Respondent argued that the Complainant was made aware of the store’s financial difficulties and was assured that all remaining staff would retain their positions. She was told by the Respondent that she would be re-instated as soon as the new owner had signed the lease contract. In July 2018, the
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