Surveillance of Employees - Fogarty v Lufthansa Technik Turbine Shannon Limited (UD 394/2006)

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 14 September 2010
Anna Broderick
Issues covered:

Fogarty v Lufthansa Technik Turbine Shannon Limited (UD 394/2006)

Legislation: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1997 TO 2007 (the “Acts”)
Jurisdiction/Subject Matter: Sick Leave and Surveillance


The claimant/employee was employed as a welder in the respondent employer’s aircraft facility from 1993.

In or around July 2005, the employee claimed that he sustained a neck injury. The employee reported the incident the following day but from August 2005 he began submitting medical certificates to the employer. The employee separately took a personal injury claim in regard to this incident. While on leave, the employee availed of the employer’s sick pay scheme.

In light of the personal injury claim, the

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