Frank O’Dwyer v Tesco Ireland Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service (WAS)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal
The Complainant commenced working with the Respondent on the 17th of September 2007 where he was employed as a Team Leader. In July 2021, he resigned as a result of having been bullied by the Store Manager where he worked.
The alleged bullying started in 2015, after the Store Manager directed the Complainant to manipulate the Respondent’s club card system by instructing the Complainant to put points the Store Manager had earned in respect of a purchase he had made onto a blank club card. Afterwards, when the Complainant encouraged other customers to do likewise, he was disciplined. The sanction was subsequently overturned on appeal but the Complainant claimed the Store
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