Michael Broderick v North Quay Associates Limited [2024]

  • Decision Number
  • Legal Body
    Workplace Relations Commission (WRC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Absence and Sickness, Policies and Procedures, Wellbeing
Issues covered: Sick Leave – Admission of breach – Mitigation


The Complainant alleged he was not paid statutory sick leave in accordance with the Sick Leave Act 2022, and alleged that the payments which his employer did pay were inaccurate. The Complainant also alleged he was penalised for raising his entitlement to statutory sick leave. In response, the Respondent fully accepted its failure to comply with its statutory obligation. It advised the adjudication officer that it has fully paid the Complainant with any payment required for statutory sick leave.


The Adjudication Officer acknowledged that the Respondent had “fully accepted it was in the wrong” and accepted that the payment owed to the Complainant in respect of three

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This article is correct at 21/03/2024

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