The tribunal heard that it was the policy of the salon to complete the job on a client from start to finish.

A hair dresser who was fired after getting a junior stylist to cover for her while she got lunch has been awarded €5,000 by the Employment Appeals Tri(...)

A security officer was fired for watching YouTube while a gang broke into a car park and damaged a car, a tribunal was told.Felix Adeagbo was also loo(...)

Michael O’Brien told the Employment Appeals Tribunal that he had been verbally abused by his managing director.

A manager who was made redundant after looking for a pay increase has been awarded €27,000.Flooring company manager, Michael O’Brien, told the Employm(...)

A Dunnes Stores worker who was sacked for selling alcohol to a minor has been awarded €13,500 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal (pictured) for unfair dismissal. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times.

A Dunnes Stores worker who was sacked for selling alcohol to a minor has been awarded €13,500 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal for unfair dismissal.(...)

Davitt House: the Employment Appeals Tribunal has ordered employer Clare County Council to pay Joseph Floyd snr, Lower Main Street, Tulla, €30,000 for unfair dismissal. Photograph: David Sleator

A tribunal has ruled that a council foreman who is alleged to have threatened to turn himself into a “human fireball” in a one-man protest has been u(...)

School secretary has lodged an appeal of the decision at the High Court and her case is listed for October. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland

A secretary at a private school in south Dublin has lost a case to have her wages reimbursed after they were cut in line with a direction from the De(...)

Company director had no defence claim by NAMA company for €77 million National Asset Loan Management Ltd -v- Crosbie [2014] IEHC 342 (High Court, Kean(...)

Judge Yvonne Murphy: UCD awarded her an honorary degree of doctor of laws last December, citing several of her achievements including being called to both the English and Northern Irish Bar. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Judge Yvonne Murphy’s appointment as chairwoman of the commission of investigation into matters related to mother and baby homes is her latest such ro(...)

Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, announcing the Workplace Relations Bill. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

After eight reports and almost a decade of discussion, a major overhaul of the State’s workplace relations bodies moved a step closer yesterday when t(...)

Minister for Jobs and Enterprise Richard Bruton speaking yesterday after Cabinet approval of the Workplace Relations Bill 2014. Photograph: Alan Betson

A new industrial relations structure, under the remit of five existing State agencies merged into two, will be in place by the end of the year, follo(...)