A secondary school has been ordered to pay €3,500 to a Transition Year (TY) student with a life-threatening nut allergy over discriminating against her when not allowing her to go on a school trip to France.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
The Dublin Airport Authority (daa) sacked a long-serving airport police officer (APO) after he wrongly claimed €250 in lost cash that was handed into him by an airline passenger.
Tue, 22 Oct, 2019
Al Hamza Food Ltd, trading as Bar BQ Tonight on Lower Clanbrassil Street, pleaded guilty in June at Dublin District Court to breaching the Employment Permits Act and Organisation of Working Time Act. The case was finalised today.
Mon, 02 Sep, 2019
The operators of the country’s top fee-paying tourist attraction must pay out after an unsuccessful job applicant was asked at interview how she would settle into a ‘young’ workplace.
Fri, 01 Mar, 2019
A mother suffered increased panic attacks and anxiety in fear of herself, her partner and their three-year-old daughter being rendered homeless after their landlord refused to accept rent supplement payments.
Mon, 17 Dec, 2018
A health service provider sacked a care worker on the basis of eye movements made by a non-verbal patient who alleged to investigators that he was victim of physical and psychological abuse by her.
Wed, 26 Sep, 2018
An unqualified social care worker, who was head-butted and punched by a female service user during a flashpoint over Internet use at a care home, has been sacked for initiating the physical altercation between the two.
Tue, 28 Aug, 2018