Emergency legislation which banned the payment of large scale bonuses to bankers in 2010, was not meant to apply to the payment of salary increments to general staff. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Emergency legislation which banned the payment of large scale bonuses to bankers in 2010, was not meant to apply to the payment of salary increments t(...)

 Seán Conlon:  The Employment Appeals Tribunal found he threatened  his secretary  with losing her job in a “wholly inappropriate manner” and cast doubt on some of his evidence and claims made. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

An Employment Appeals Tribunal has found a Fine Gael TD made a “litany of breaches” of his former secretary’s employments rights and threatened her i(...)

Seán Conlan: his former secretarial assistant Cathy Shevlin took an unfair dismissal case against him, and it was heard over three days in October and December last year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

A Fine Gael TD has been ordered to pay his former secretary €25,000 after an Employment Appeals Tribunal found against him. Mr Conlan’s former secre(...)

The action, supported by the employees’ trade union Mandate, is being heard  at the High Court.  Photograph: Stephen Hird/Reuters

A legal action by 10 employees of B&Q Ireland over the removal of bonuses and allowances could have major implications for many workers. The acti(...)

Derek O’Shaughnessy, the former curate’s attendant at St Ann’s Church of Ireland on Dawson Street, Dublin, leaving the Four Courts. Photograph: Courts Collins

The former verger of a 300-year-old Dublin Church has been seven days to quit his rented Ballsbridge apartment owned by the charity Protestant Aid.Jud(...)

Roisin Dubh in Galway city: has been ordered to pay €11,000 in compensation to a doorman it dismissed unfairly

One of the most popular pubs in Galway has been ordered to pay €11,000 in compensation to a doorman it dismissed unfairly.Sean Joyce took his case to (...)

A former Irish Independent journalist has been awarded €55,000 by an Employment Appeals Tribunal as a result of an unfair dismissal taken against the newspaper

A former Irish Independent journalist has been awarded €55,000 by an Employment Appeals Tribunal as a result of an unfair dismissal taken against the (...)

Former RSA Insurance Ireland chief executive Philip Smith alleges  constructive dismissal against the British insurer.

Former RSA Insurance Ireland chief executive Philip Smith has taken a case to the Employment Appeals Tribunal alleging constructive dismissal against (...)

The company that operates the National Car Test for the State, has settled a legal challenge to a finding that it had unfairly sacked a car tester following allegations by a whistleblower. File photograph: David Sleator

The company that operates the National Car Test for the State, has settled a legal challenge to a finding that it had unfairly sacked a car tester fo(...)

The three former Abrakebabra employees worked in one of the chain’s Tipperary franchise.

Three former Abrakebabra employees are set to receive an estimated €12,500 following termination of their employment by one of the chain’s Tipperary f(...)