The National Gallery of Ireland. Information contained in emails at the centre of an unfair dismissal case added up to a “shopping list of information that you might desire if you were planning an attack on the National Gallery”, the Employment Appeals Tribunal heard yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Information contained in emails at the centre of an unfair dismissal case added up to a “shopping list of inf(...)

The tribunal found that, on the balance of probabilities, the man was not aware of the supermarket’s policy on lost property – in this case some cigarettes – adding that it appeared that there was no “hard and fast rule” as regards lost property which wasn’t bought in Dunnes Stores. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

An employee who collected trolleys in a Dunnes Stores car park has been awarded €25,000 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal after it f(...)

Barry O’Connor took a claim for constructive unfair dismissal to the Employment Appeals Tribunal saying he was pressured out of his role.

Former McInerney Holdings managing director Barry O’Connor has failed in his €1 million unfair dismissal case against the building group on the(...)

The Employment Appeals Tribunal has   retired to consider the claimant’s request for €24,000, or two years salary, in compensation

A former employee of United Parcel Service (UPS) was dismissed after being told he could be a “potential bomb(...)

An ambulance arrives bringing a patient to medical staff working in a hospital’s accident and emergency department. Photograph: Alan Betson

A motion of no confidence in the National Ambulance Service management has been unanimously passed at a meeting of paramedics (...)

19/02/14 Ex Ireland and Leinster player
 Corrigan:  seeking compensation for the loss of his position as 
manner in which he ceased to be departed as 
scrum coach with Leinster in 2012
pictured at the Employments Appeals Tribunal, Adelaide Road, Dublin today
. Photograph:  Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Former Irish international rugby player Reg Corrigan lost his coaching position with the Leinster branch of the IRFU in breach of employment l(...)

Davitt House, where the employment appeal opened today. Photograph: The Irish Times

A case in which an employee of the national car testing service Applus alleges he and others were racially abused has opened at the Employment Appeals(...)

Labour Relations Commission chief executive Kieran Mulvey: rigours demanded of pension funds in the current economic climate and investment environment “have made this area very difficult to address through normal industrial relations channels. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Labour Relations Commission has been involved in dealing with almost 40 disputes over pensions in the last two years, its chief executive Kieran M(...)

Frank McClintock (right), with his solicitor Niall Quinn, outside Dublin Circuit Civil Court. Photograph: CourtPix

The former head of the HSE’s ambulance service, removed from the post over the improper personal use of a fuel card, has been awarded €250,000 compen(...)

Barry O’Connor: says McInerney Holdings pressured him out of his job in April 2010, following a campaign against him he says began a year earlier. Photograph: David Sleator

McInerney Holdings plc’s executives were divided over the company’s future ahead of the departure of managing director Barry O’Connor in early 2010, t(...)

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