PMPD Foods t/a Toffee n Thyme v Mr Ken Banville Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court (LC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionAbsence and Sickness, Working Time, Pay
This case is an appeal brought by PMPD Foods, t/a Toffee n Thyme against the decision of the Adjudication Officer that awarded Mr Ken Banville compensation in the sum of €3,467.81 for unpaid sick leave and unpaid annual leave entitlements. The Complainant submitted that he was on certified sick leave from the 28th of August 2017 until he resigned on the 30th of November 2018. He was not aware that the Respondent was not in receipt of his medical certification until the hearing before the Adjudication Officer. Following on from that hearing as directed by the Adjudication Officer, he provided the Respondent with a letter from his Doctor confirming that he had been on certified sick leave for
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