What happens if a tribunal says an employee should be reinstated but the employer doesn’t do it/refuses to do so? Are there mechanisms to enforce the decision?Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 3 February 2015 Issues covered:
The Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2007 (the “Acts”) provide that an employee who successfully claims that he/she have been unfairly dismissed by their employer can be reinstated to their former employment. Reinstatement puts the employee back into the position he/she held immediately before the dismissal, on the same terms and conditions. A reinstated employee will be entitled to back pay for the period he/she was out of work. All other benefits must also be brought up to date and the employee retains continuity of service.
A party can appeal the EAT determination to the Circuit Court within six weeks of the decision.
If no appeal has been lodged and the employer fails to comply with the
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