The Employment Appeals Tribunal has ordered Tesco’s Irish arm to pay former security manager Alan McNally €18,000. Photograph: PA

A former Tesco security manager, who suffered a heart attack after being dismissed by the company for removing a toy from one of its stores without p(...)

 Joshua Jones, a supervisor at a KFC franchise, was sacked in 2014 in a decision the Employment Appeals Tribunal  found to be “disproportionate” and unfair. File photograph: Getty Images

A supervisor at a KFC outlet who lost his job concerning alleged irregularities over sales of a type of dessert has been awarded €31,000 for his unfa(...)

The EAT said no reasonable employer would have arrived at the conclusions that Suir Pharma Ireland Ltd arrived at when dismissing Michael Last.

A tribunal has awarded €5,400 to a worker who was unfairly dismissed after being involved in a horseplay incident where he made a reflex reaction to b(...)

Dunnes Stores sacked a worker for instructing a colleague at a Cork branch to slow down his work ‘and drag himself around’.

Dunnes Stores sacked a worker for instructing a colleague at a Cork branch to slow down his work “and drag himself around”, a tribunal heard. Eileen (...)

The HR manager of the Gresham Hotel met Aisling O’Brien twice, and on August 6th, 2014, she was dismissed on the grounds of gross misconduct

A waitress who worked at the Gresham Hotel in Dublin for more than a decade was fired after allowing a customer to leave without paying a drinks bill (...)

RSA Insurance Ireland’s loss ratio reduced to 88 per cent of premium income last year, down from 101 per cent a year earlier.

The Irish subsidiary of British insurance group RSA reduced its underwriting loss last year to €22 million as it continued to rebuild its business he(...)

The US embassy in Ballsbridge, Dublin.

A former US embassy security guard has been told he cannot take an employment appeals case over his dismissal as his former employer, the US governmen(...)

The Health Service Executive has estimated it could cost up to €700 million to compensate hospital consultants for the State’s failure to pay them hi(...)

Increasing numbers of consultants working in private hospitals are paying more than €100,000 per year for clinical indemnity cover, the Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) conference has been told. Photograph: Reuters

Increasing numbers of consultants working in private hospitals are paying more than €100,000 per year for clinical indemnity cover, the Irish Hospital(...)

The Irish Hospital Consultants Association has said Ireland was no longer internationally competitive in attracting highly-trained specialists.

The Government will come under strong pressure from hospital consultants to take action about their pay, working conditions and the escalating cost of(...)

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