Bridget Sweeney V The Board of Management of Ballinteer Community School

Posted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 31 May 2011 Issues covered:

Today’s article looks at Bridget Sweeney V The Board of Management of Ballinteer Community School, a case involving alleged bullying and harassment in the workplace and resulting consequences.

Case Name And Reference: Bridget Sweeney V The Board of Management of Ballinteer Community School [2011] IEHC 131

Court Or Tribunal: High Court

Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Bullying and harassment resulting in work related stress.

If employers are anxious to establish how the Courts look at the complexities of bullying and harassment claims they need look no further than the Judgement of Mr. Justice Herbert delivered in the High Court on 24th March 2011 in a case entitled Bridget Sweeney and Board of

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