John (Sean) Brilly v Scoil Mhuire Community School [2022]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Decision Number
  • Legal Body
    Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: Disciplinary Process; Gross Misconduct; Unfair Dismissal

The Complainant was employed by the Respondent as a teacher and also held a post as ICT Co-ordinator until his dismissal in February 2020. The Complainant submitted a complaint to the WRC that he was unfairly dismissed.

The Complainant’s dismissal arose following a disciplinary process initiated against the Complainant following an investigation into complaints that were made by the Complainant. The Principal formed the view that the complainant was motivated by malice in making the complaint against the one individual and also in naming three other people in subsequent correspondence and compiled a report for the board of management and initiated stage 4 of the disciplinary

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This article is correct at 06/06/2022

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