Natural Justice and Fair Procedures in Disciplinary Cases - Giblin –v- Irish Life and Permanent plc 2010 IEHC26

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 19 October 2010
Jennifer Cashman
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The case involved the principles of natural justice and fair procedures in disciplinary situations at work.

Giblin v Irish Life and Permanent plc 2010 IEHC26

The Plaintiff had been an employee of the Defendant for almost 30 years and laterally was a Manager of the Defendant’s branch at College Green, Dublin 2.

By letter dated the 31st August 2009, from the Defendant, the Plaintiff was informed that the Defendant was investigating various accounts held in his own name or with which he was associated. He was informed that he was being placed on special leave with full pay until a full investigation had been completed. It was emphasised that the action being taken was

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