Vincent Fallon v G4 Secure Solutions Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service (WAS)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionWorking Time, Pay, Leave
The Complainant joined the Respondent security company in October 1976 and 41 years later, in 2017, he was in the role of a section sergeant. The Complainant earned €11.65 per hour, plus a weekly supervision allowance of €152.08 and an unsocial hours’ allowance of €13.97, bringing his weekly wages to €690.30. At the hearing, the Complainant said that he generally worked 45 hours each week, although he sometimes worked more than this. He also submitted that his regular weekly wages were €719.42.
In March 2017, the Complainant went out sick. Three years later, he gave two weeks’ notice of his intention to resign and his employment ended on the 29th of March 2020.
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