Jennifer Cashman's Employment Law Update (May 2018)Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 18 May 2018 Issues covered:
Jennifer Cashman, Partner at Ronan Daly Jermyn updates some key employment developments of the year. Jennifer discusses focus on the decision of the High Court in Hurley v An Post, a workplace bullying case where the employer was held liable for damages suffered by an employee caused by a one-off incident at work. The claimant was awarded €161,133. What lessons might this case have for other employers faced with interpersonal disputes between colleagues?
Jennifer also covers important topics that have been brought into focus by five recent cases:
- Cox v RTÉ – age discrimination and retirement
- Genockey v BOI – pre-employment conditions
- Carron v
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