Natasha Comerford v Wedding List Solutions Limited [2002]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Decision Number
  • Legal Body
    Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Redundancy, Collective and Trade Union Issues, Transfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
Issues covered: Redundancy; Collective Agreement; Transfer of Undertakings

The Complainant commenced employment as a sales assistant with the transferor (name redacted) on the 3rd of July 2000. The Complainant’s employment remained uneventful until the 22nd of April 2008, when the Complainant’s then employer corresponded with the Complainant and advised that they intended to transfer her to the employment of the Respondent via transfer of undertakings. 

All of the Complainant’s employment terms, including an enhanced redundancy pay-off of five weeks’ salary for each year of service, were transferred from her previous employer to the new business in 2008 under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations. In or about December 2011,

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