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Suspension, Gross Misconduct and Unfair Dismissal

Suspension, Gross Misconduct and Unfair Dismissal

The May case of A Human Resources Practitioner v A Marketing Company ADJ00020660 is a very useful summary of the law around dismissal on the grounds of conduct. In this case the employee was dismissed on the grounds of misconduct after an investigation was conducted...
Discriminatory Dismissal – Award of 6 Months Salary for Pregnancy Dismissal

Discriminatory Dismissal – Award of 6 Months Salary for Pregnancy Dismissal

In the case of A Community Development Officer v A Family Resource Centre the Complainant (employee) alleged that she as dismissed on the grounds of gender due to pregnancy. The Complainant commenced employed as a part-time Community Development / Family Support...
Judicial Review Refused in Respect of Disciplinary Action and Original Findings of Board of School of Management

Judicial Review Refused in Respect of Disciplinary Action and Original Findings of Board of School of Management

In the recent case of Dillon v Board of Management of Catholic University School [2016 IEHC 674] Justice Twomey was asked to consider a challenge by way of Judicial Review to a finding by the Board of Management of the Respondent of 24th February 2015 whereby it was...
Judicial Review in An Garda Siochana Internal Disciplinary and Ongoing Suspension

Judicial Review in An Garda Siochana Internal Disciplinary and Ongoing Suspension

In the case of Canavan v The Commissioner of An Garda Siochana [2016 IEHC 225] , the applicant sought by way of judicial review an order of prohibition preventing the respondent from continuing a process of internal disciplinary against him including various...

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...