An Employment Appeals Tribunal has labelled employee arrangements for personal assistants in the Houses of the Oireachtas as “bizarre” and “difficult”(...)

A judge has refused to direct Bank of Ireland to identify more than 150 of its senior staff, middle management and top executives, alleged to have eng(...)

No bundling small children out of the house early in the morning – for many in-house childcare is the best solution

No bundling small children out of the house early in the morning; no breakneck dash to the crèche before it closes; no pretending children are well wh(...)

Frank Nyhan, solicitor, and Edmund O’Brien (right) pictured at the Employment Tribunal at the Clonmel Park Hotel in Co Tipperary. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

An accountant sacked by the Irish Coursing Club was “collateral damage” and “the jam in the sandwich” in a row between the club’s current president an(...)

Ruth Barror was employed by Accord, an organisation set up by the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference, between October 2008 and January 2012.

The former national director of Catholic marriage advisory charity Accord has claimed she was unfairly made redundant after a motion to extend the ful(...)

Edmund O’Brien, pictured at the Employment Tribunal at the Clonmel Park Hotel in Co Tipperary. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

A former accountant with the Irish Coursing Club submitted “fictitious” mileage expenses worth €3,800 a year after striking an agreement with his form(...)

The FAI has six weeks in which to pay the five-figure compensation sum awarded to Paul Sheridan or appeal the Employment Appeals Tribunal’s decision to the Circuit Court.

Former Football Association of Ireland development officer Paul Sheridan has been awarded a five-figure compensation sum after the Employment Appeals (...)

 Mount Anville secondary school

A secretary at a private school in south Dublin has taken a case to the Employment Appeals Tribunal after her pay was cut in line with a direction fro(...)

A garda who has not been paid since January 2010 failed in a claim for unpaid wages at the Employment Appeals Tribunal yesterday

A garda who has not been paid since January 2010 failed in a claim for unpaid wages at the Employment Appeals Tribunal yesterday.Garda Máire O’Reilly,(...)

The B&Q store in Naas, Co Kildare:  a now 22-year-old was awarded almost €30,000 arising out of her treatment by a supervisor at the  store. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A woman who was given the maximum award of two years’ salary for sexual harassment by the Equality Tribunal is taking a High Court case for damages ag(...)

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