Katherine Delahunt-O’Byrnes, who has died aged 58, was a brilliant lawyer who made history by becoming the first female solicitor to be appointed a ju(...)

The Employment Appeals Tribunal has ruled that a worker  involved in an incident where a banger exploded at work injuring a number of colleagues has been unfairly dismissed.

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that a worker who was involved in an incident where a banger exploded at work injuring a number of col(...)

Retired nurses and permanent employees who wanted more flexible working hours applied to join the Nursing Bank, an initiative put in place by the HSE to cope with chronic nursing shortages.  File photograph: Jean-Philippe Ksiazek/AFP/Getty Images

A psychiatric nurse who retired with a pension and lump sum before going back to work in order to fill in for staff shortages has been awarded a secon(...)

A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent from his personal bank email has won a six year battle for his reinstatement.   Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins.

A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent (...)

A pregnant worker suffered a miscarriage after failing in her repeated requests to be transferred away from duties that involved exposure to adhesive (...)

Davitt House, home of the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The tribunal has heard that a  Dunnes Stores employee was fired for serving alcohol to a customer under the age of 18. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

A Dunnes Stores employee was fired for serving alcohol to a customer under the age of 18, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has heard. Anna Perenc(...)

Capt John Goss was dismissed by Ryanair days after he appeared in a Channel 4 TV programme which the airline claims made defamatory allegations regarding its commitment to safety.  File photograph: Haydn West/PA

The Employment Appeals Tribunal has provisionally set aside three days in September to hear arguments in a case in which a former Ryanair pilot allege(...)

Senator Hildegarde Naughton (above) has a “strong public image” but “poor knowledge of the political landscape”. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Fine Gael could be damaged in Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s Mayo constituency because of “real concerns over perceived lack of Government delivery”, accordi(...)

Philip Smith and his legal team arrived at the Employment Appeals Tribunal earlier this month. Photograph: Dave Meehan

They say there’s no smoke without fire and so it proved yesterday at the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT), where Philip Smith’s constructive dismissa(...)

Philip Smith, former chief executive of RSA Ireland, arriving at the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The tribunal heard that Mr Smith rang the chairman of the company’s Irish board on the day the terms of an internal financial inquiry were being framed. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Former RSA Ireland chief executive Philip Smith rang the chairman of the insurer’s Irish board and asked: “Can you do your best for me?” on the day th(...)