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Bus Éireann ordered to pay driver €10,200 over constructive dismissal

Driver given a choice by a boss to retire or be fired after incident with elderly passenger A long-serving Bus Éireann bus driver said he has been left “deeply traumatised” over the manner of his constructive dismissal by the national bus firm. Dan Fitzpatrick was today speaking after the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) found he [...]

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Can you lodge a claim before the WRC while on notice but not yet dismissed

Can you lodge a claim before the WRC while on notice but not yet dismissed And what is the true cost of say a €20k award The Simple answer is YES. A recent case was concluded where the Complainant received €20,000.00 for unfair dismissal. The Respondent argued that the complaint had been submitted on 5 [...]

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Case Under Irish Law

State of Kuwait to appeal Labour Court ruling quashing its immunity from Irish employment law A ruling last month found that an employee of the State of Kuwait could take a case under Irish law. The Labour Court ruling which quashed the claim of its embassy to diplomatic immunity from Irish laws relating to workers’ [...]

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