court and crime
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
court and crime
Tue, 23 Feb, 2021
Thu, 14 May, 2020
Wed, 13 May, 2020
Tue, 12 May, 2020
Tue, 28 Apr, 2020
A female accountant who told a male colleague in an email ‘sometimes I think you are pure evil’ has had a €37,500 unfair dismissal award made to her last year overturned.
Thu, 19 Mar, 2020
A café has been ordered to pay €3,200 compensation to a waiter for unfairly dismissing him over eating a croissant while at work.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2020
An executive whose yearly earnings have topped €275,000 at recruitment company, CPL Resources plc, has failed in her unlawful wage deduction claim against the company.
Thu, 06 Feb, 2020
A Limerick belly dance tutor has failed in her unfair dismissal action against retail giant Dunnes Stores.
Thu, 30 Jan, 2020
Permanent TSB has succeeded in having an award of €10,000 against it overturned concerning the dismissal of a bank official.
Thu, 28 Nov, 2019
A Cork based unit of iPhone maker, Apple, has been ordered to pay €15,000 to a senior customer service representative who was unfairly dismissed over the content of online ‘chats’ with colleagues.
Fri, 01 Nov, 2019
A Co Meath credit union sacked its Head of Lending after examining a number of loans he made including an excessively large car loan made to a person on social welfare.
Thu, 10 Oct, 2019
The Labour Court has ordered Longford County Council to re-instate a 68-year-old lorry driver and allow him to work for the Council until he turns 70.
Thu, 12 Sep, 2019
A manager at a piped gas system firm who was sacked after allegedly falsifying timesheets has been awarded €25,000 for his unfair dismissal.
Thu, 15 Aug, 2019
The Labour Court has determined that Luas driver Michael Caplis, who was sacked by Transdev Ireland Ltd for ‘moonlighting’ as a taxi driver in his wife’s licensed taxi, be reinstated immediately.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2019
A care organisation sacked a worker for setting off a fire alarm at a care home when boiling eggs and for carrying out to safety a resident from the home instead of evacuating him by wheelchair.
Thu, 09 May, 2019
Three in five nurses have voted to accept Labour Court proposals aimed at resolving a dispute that triggered three days of strike action earlier this year.
Thu, 02 May, 2019
The INMO has recommended that their members accept proposals aimed at resolving their recent strike.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2019
In the case before the Labour Court, Ms Cross denied that she made the ‘I know - your arse is fatter’ remark when Ms Ahern informed her that she was pregnant in February 2015.
Thu, 14 Mar, 2019
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) is recommending that its members accept a pay deal aimed at preventing further strikes.
Thu, 14 Feb, 2019
Teaching unions will stake their claim for more money for members, especially new entrants, if it emerges that nurses get more pay.
Wed, 13 Feb, 2019
A day of discussions between unions, the HSE and government officials at the Labour Court has concluded this evening.
Fri, 08 Feb, 2019
It is expected that the Labour Court will review the nurses' strike tomorrow in an effort to avert widespread disruption to the health service next week.
Thu, 07 Feb, 2019
The Labour Court has dismissed as "not realistic" union demands that the charity, the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC), pay out €6.6m to compensate workers for losses arising from the closure of a pension scheme at the CRC.
Thu, 24 Jan, 2019
Luas operator Transdev has issued in excess of 100 cooler bags to Luas drivers in a bid to resolve a €250,000 per annum ‘packed lunch’ row with its drivers.
Thu, 30 Aug, 2018
A Luas ticket inspector who attempted to punch a youth with a 'wild swipe' after being called a ‘Paki bastard’ has lost out in his unfair dismissal claim.
Thu, 16 Aug, 2018
A business executive at a subsidiary of meat producer, Kepak has been awarded €7,500 over being required to deal with out-of-hours work emails, including some after midnight, that led to work in excess of 48 hours a week.
Thu, 02 Aug, 2018
A GP has been ordered to pay a former practice secretary €27,500 after it was found that he discriminated against her when dismissing her while she was on maternity leave.
Thu, 26 Apr, 2018
A 37-year old woman has revealed how she was left ‘a broken woman' after suffering a miscarriage and being summarily sacked days later by her employer while on sick leave two years ago.
Fri, 20 Apr, 2018
The Labour Court has rejected a pay claim of 5% for thousands of construction workers.
Fri, 16 Mar, 2018
Both parties in the Irish Rail training dispute have agreed to refer the issue to the Labour Court.
Tue, 13 Feb, 2018
SIPTU has warned that a strike could be on the cards in some of the country’s best-known care organisations.
Sat, 16 Dec, 2017
An Aer Lingus cabin crew member blamed a drinks night for turning up for duty drunk at 4.20pm the following day.
Thu, 30 Nov, 2017
Logistics company DHL has launched a legal challenge against a Labour Court ruling that it must pay one of its former drivers over €72,000 for unfairly dismissing him from his job.
Sat, 23 Sep, 2017
A Co Cavan pig farmer has been ordered to pay €30,000 to a pig stockman in a dispute over the treatment of a group of piglets.
Tue, 25 Jul, 2017
The largest pork processor in the country, Rosderra Irish Meats has cited the impact of Brexit as a reason not to give staff their first pay increase in eight years.
Sat, 10 Jun, 2017
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross TD, has commented on the Labour Court recommendation in relation to the Bus Éireann dispute.
Thu, 13 Apr, 2017
As passengers this morning face into a 20th day without Bus Éireann services, there is a possibility the Labour Court could produce a recommendation which will stop the strike spreading to day 21.
Wed, 12 Apr, 2017
Bus Éireann and its unions are no closer to resolving how to find essential cost savings at the company after the Labour Court refused to intervene in the dispute.
Wed, 25 Jan, 2017
The Labour Court says it won't intervene in the pay dispute at Bus Éireann.
Tue, 24 Jan, 2017
The Government is facing an additional bill of €250m should nurses and other medical staff be granted controversial additional payments awarded to gardaí by the Labour Court,
Mon, 02 Jan, 2017
The group representing middle-ranking Gardaí says it could turn itself into a fully fledged union.
Thu, 10 Nov, 2016
Gardai might have to cut frontline services to cover the cost of a €40m pay deal agreed at the Labour Court last week.
Tue, 08 Nov, 2016