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High Court Considers Whether Translator/Interpreter is Employee for Unfair Dismissal Purposes

High Court Considers Whether Translator/Interpreter is Employee for Unfair Dismissal Purposes

In the case of Mc Kayed v Forbidden City Limited t/a translations.ie [2016 IEHC 722]  the issue arose as to whether or not the plaintiff was an employee of the defendant in the context of a potential claim under the Unfair Dismissal Acts 1977 (as amended). The...

Recent High Court Case on Bullying in the Workplace

Justice O’Neill delivered the recent judgement in Ruffley -v- Board of Management St. Anne’s School [2014 IEHC 235] on the 9th day of May 2014. This case concerned bullying and harassment and a full copy of the judgement is available here. Background The...

Disciplinary Proceedings and An Garda Siochana – Recent High Court Decision

The recent case of John Wilson v Superintenddent Sean Farrell, Chief Superintendent Patrick McGee, the Commissioner of an Garda Siochana Ireland has attracted a lot of media attention since the whistleblowing controversy hit the media. The judgement of Justice...

Date of Dismissal is Date Statutory Notice Expires – NOT date notification of appeal decision

Many employees may be confused as to the date of dismissal for the purposes of the Unfair Dismissal Acts where they have been given the right of appeal in relation to a decision to dismiss. In Michael Gaboor v NYD Limited UD 2436/11, MN2435/11, RP2968/11 and WT 973/11...