Mark Maunders v Overhead Doors Ireland Limited Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service (WAS)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Contracts of Employment, Leave, Family Friendly Rights
The Complainant was employed as a Manager for the Respondent from the 15th of February 2021 to the 24th of May 2021 when he was dismissed due to alleged conflict with other employees. The Complainant had less than 12 months service and set out three grounds for his alleged unfair dismissal which included the fact that he did not have a van licence (although it was not a requirement of the role), taking of paternity leave and inability to stay late one evening. The Complainant further alleged he did not receive written terms of employment within two months of commencing employment in contravention of the Terms of Employment (Information) Act 1994.
The Respondent disputed the evidence of the
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