The Right to Payment During a Period Lay-Off

Posted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 9 December 2014
The Employment Law Team at CKT
Comyn Kelleher Tobin

Today’s article looks at Petkevicius v Goode Concrete Limited (In Receivership), a case in which the Appellant unsuccessfully sought to overturn a finding of the Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”) wherein it was decided that the non-payment of wages during a period of lay-off was not, in this instance, an infringement of the Appellant’s contractual and statutory right to pay.

Case Name and Reference: Record No. 2013/340MCA Petkevicius -v- Goode Concrete Limited (In Receivership) 2014 [IEHC] 66 (Judgement of Kearns P on 31st January 2014)

Court Or Tribunal: High Court

Jurisdiction/Subject

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