Labour Court Decision: Select Service Partner, Ireland t/a SSP Ireland v Albert FordjourPosted in : Labour & Superior Court Case Law Review Panel on 23 February 2018
From a legal and practical perspective, the Select Service Partner, Ireland t/a SSP Ireland v Albert Fordjour case is of great relevance as it contains a valuable lesson for all employers with regard investigating alleged issues of misconduct and furthermore in reaching their decision the Labour Court has thoroughly set out some legal principles in relation to fair procedures which must be borne in mind when investigations, and indeed disciplinary processes, are being implemented. A further interesting point to note from the Determination issued is the manner of award which was made.
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