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Dublin Port Company v 160 Various Grades [2018]

Case reference:ILCR.Recommendation.No..LCR21788   This case involved a dispute regarding the introduction of random intoxication testing for staff members. The employer company had proposed the introduction for staff employed prior to the 1st January 2013, as there was a contractual obligation for staff who were employed after that date, but the g...
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Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
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Dunnes Stores v Guidera [2018]

Case reference:Extension.of.Time.for.Appeal;.Employment.Equality.Cases   This was an ex parte application for the extension of time for the appeal of an employment equality determination of the Labour Court to the High Court. The Court was responsible for determining the applicable time limit for the appeal by reference to a number of statutory provisions. The Court sta...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Kaydee Cosmetics Limited v Elizabeth Blake [2018]

Case reference:ILCR.Determination.No..UDD1849   This case involved a claim of constructive dismissal. The complainant asserted that the respondent had conducted its affairs with her in such an unreasonable manner that she could not be expected to put up with it any longer. The complainant had originally arranged to take four days annual leave an...
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Hotel Worker v Hotel Owner [2018]

Case reference:ADJ-0001129   This case involved a claim for unfair dismissal. The complainant had been dismissed following a routine examination by the respondent of the clocking system in place for their employees. The routine examination showed irregularities in the way the complainant operated same and the respondent stated...
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Unfair Dismissal Working Time and Leave
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Harvey v Minister for Jobs Enterprise and Innovation & ors [2018]

Case reference:IEHC.479   The proceedings had arisen from the plaintiff's dismissal by his former employer, the Courts Service, in September 2008, following which the plaintiff brought an unfair dismissal claim before the Employment Appeals Tribunal (the "EAT"). The original EAT proceedings were withdrawn by the plaintiff w...
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McCarthy v ISS Ireland Limited (Trading as ISS Facility Services) & Anor [2018]

Case reference:IECA.287.   This case involved an appeal against the dismissal of the plaintiff's personal injuries claim. The plaintiff had been employed by the first named defendant and claimed that between May 2009 and February 2011 there were five separate incidents involving staff she supervised. She claimed that they ha...
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Health and Safety
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Cinders Limited v Celina Byrne [2018]

Case reference:ILCR.Determination.No..RPD1811   This was an appeal of the decision of the Adjudication Officer regarding a redundancy payment. The complainant had been employed as a sales assistant with the respondent for twenty years before she was informed that the outlet she was working in for the respondent, in Dublin 4, was being closed dow...
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Redundancy and Reorganisation
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Pierce Dillon v The Board of Management of Catholic University School [2018]

Case reference:IECA.292.   This is a Court of Appeal case regarding the legality of the disciplinary process conducted by the respondent. As a result of the disciplinary process by the respondent Board of Management it was found that the applicant had engaged in "inappropriate behaviour" towards a student. Following on from ...
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Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
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Kepak Convenience Foods Unlimited Company v Grainne O'Hara [2018]

Case reference:ILCR.Determination.No..DWT1820   This case involved a cross appeal by the respondent and complainant concerning the Adjudication Officer's decision and the level of compensation awarded. The complainant had complained that the volume of work she was expected to undertake, including recording her activities and engagement with cust...
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Working Time and Leave
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Irish Prison Service v A Prison Officer [2018]

Case reference:ILCR.Determination.No..EDA1837   This case was an appeal, by the respondent, of a decision of the Adjudication Officer. The complainant was a prison officer who had been injured in 2007 while relocating a violent prisoner. He sustained a further injury in 2011 and was out of work for five months. Before returning to work, the resp...
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Discrimination and Equality