Workplace Bullying and Harassment in Ireland in 2017

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 13 July 2017
Deirdre Crowley
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Workplace bullying and harassment has received a root and branch assessment by the Supreme Court in the recent decision of Ruffley v The Board of Management of St. Anne’s School.

The Ruffley decision is a watershed development in the history of the legal treatment of workplace bullying and harassment in Ireland.  Employers can expect the Supreme Court analysis in this case to be the go to resource when analysing any approach to dealing with workplace bullying and harassment issues. 

This article sets out an analysis of the commentary of the key findings of the Supreme Court.  Sharp focus is placed on the current and up to date legal position in respect of how workplace

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