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The Labour Court has awarded the maximum amount open to it-€51,168-for the effects of discrimination in a case involving an employee returning to work after… Read More »Labour Court Awards €51,168 for Discrimination Based Dismissal After Maternity Leave
The constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) and Labour Court framework for adjudicating on employment disputes is being challenged in the High Court. The… Read More »Constitutionality of Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) Challenged in High Court
I have represented a good deal of clients in the Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court over the last 10/12 months. In that time period… Read More »3 Mistakes I Have Observed at the WRC/Labour Court in the Last 10 Months
What happens if there is a technical breach of the law by an employer but the employee has not suffered any prejudice or detriment? Do… Read More »Technical Breaches of the Law and the De Minimis Rule-the Labour Court’s Approach