Mario Kistner v Suirsafe Technologies Limited - WRC award €133,800 for Constructive Dismissal and Non-payment of Wages

Posted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 26 July 2023
Colin Gannon
LK Shields Solicitors LLP
Issues covered: Constructive Dismissal; Non-Payment of Wages; Large WRC award

Mario Kistner v Suirsafe Technologies Limited - ADJ-00040425

The Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) recently awarded a former CEO, Mr Mario Kistner (“MK”), €133,800 in compensation for constructive dismissal and non-payment of wages by his former employer, Suirsafe Technologies Limited (the “Company”).  The compensation award is one of the largest awards made by the WRC in a case of this nature.

Background

MK was employed as CEO by the Company, a supplier of medical clothing, since 1 February 2021.  He was also a director of the Company’s other related entities.  MK experienced no difficulties in his employment until April 2022, when he was informed by two shareholders

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This article is correct at 26/07/2023
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Colin Gannon
LK Shields Solicitors LLP

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