Employment law court cases

Important employment law court cases from Irish Republic in “easy to read” format.

Irish Republic :: Disproportionate reaction of employer to an employee misdemeanour

THE IRISH REPUBLIC Court National Labour Court Case James Murphy v Lidl Ireland GMBH Date issued 22nd January 2020 Subject Disproportionate reaction of employer to an employee misdemeanour Substance The employee concerned held the position of Deputy Logistics Manager (DLM) in his employer’s regional distribution centre …

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Irish Republic :: Employers’ duty to accommodate disability clarified

IRISH REPUBLIC Case: Nano Nagle School v Daly Court: Supreme Court Date issued: 31st July 2019 Subject: Employers’ duty to accommodate disability clarified Background: In a landmark decision by the Court of Appeal (2018 IECA 11), it was established that employers do not have an express duty to accommodate an employee who has become unable to perform their main duties …

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Irish Republic :: Case law on social media

The use of social media should be covered in a company policy and this should be communicated to all employees …

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