Holiday Pay Claims – Time Limits

Posted in : EY Law Insights on 26 September 2022
Deirdre Malone
EY Law Ireland
Issues covered: Holiday Pay; Organisation of Working Time; Time Limits

In this month’s EY Law Insight – Deirdre Malone, Partner, and Laura Ryan, Solicitor, in the Employment Team at EY Law look at the strict rules around time limits to bring a complaint in the Workplace Relations Commission and the jurisdiction of the Adjudication Officers to expand the scope of claims before them.

The Facts

Four student counsellors of a National University (the University) issued a complaint (Case numbers ADJ-00029117, ADJ-00029116, ADJ-00024781, ADJ-00024716) against their employer in the Workplace Relations Commission to recover 17 years of unpaid holiday, public holiday, sick pay and unpaid contributions (and membership) to the pension scheme. An unusual

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Deirdre Malone
EY Law Ireland

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