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The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming presentation: Effective Case Preparation for Employment Law Hearings. The event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and Athlone Institute of Technology, will take place in AIT at 6pm on Wednesday March 7, where the principal speaker will be Warren Parkes of Warren Parkes Solicitors.
A man who claimed he was forced to resign from an Athlone firm because of bullying by his boss lost his appeal to the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) when it was shown he had been given lesser duties at the same pay after having made an earlier complaint about stress.
The ‘missing’ owners of Avondale nursing home, which was closed down by the health authorities recently have been ordered to pay almost €38,000 compensation to two former staff members in their absence.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has announce details of an upcoming event; Workplace Investigations and the Role of Mediation in Conflict Intervention: A Case Study. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 6pm on Wednesday November 16.
A Kilkenny nursing home director once again failed to appear at an Employment Appeals Tribunal in Kilkenny to offer any defence in a case involving staff at the home.
A man who worked as a security guard during the construction of the N6 between Athlone and Galway and was fired when he was found asleep in his car by a supervisor in the early hours, was awarded a total of €1,860 at the most recent sitting of the Employment Appeals Tribunal in Athlone which found he had his job terminated without due process.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of their upcoming event, the Annual Employment Law Update. This event is supported by Vhi Healthcare and will take place at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone at 6pm on Wednesday January 26.
A woman who was made redundant by The Athlone Voice last year was awarded €15,000 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) at its most recent sitting in Athlone after it heard how the person who made the selections no longer worked for the company and wasn’t available to give evidence.
An unfair dismissal hearing was told this week that a Craughwell man had “barked” at a work colleague who was involved in court proceedings over noise levels from a neighbour’s dog.
A woman who suffered from an "adjustment disorder" after she was fired by a Galway medical devices firm has been awarded €30,000 in compensation by an Employment Appeals Tribunal.