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Golf Ranger awarded €4000 for unfair dismissal on his 4th day of work.

A newly recruited golf ranger was dismissed on his second weekend of work without any notice after commencing a six month fixed term contract on 18th April 2015. As he did not have the required 12 months service to take a claim under the Unfair Dismissal legislation the complaint was brought under the Industrial Relations Act 1969 (Ref ADJ - 0000066).

€7k awarded to dismissed pregnant fast food worker

In case (DEC - E2016 - 058) a fast food worker who was dismissed after completing two months of her probationary period was found to have been discriminated against on grounds of gender due to being dismissed after informing her employer she was pregnant. Claims of harassment and sexual harassment were not upheld.

Hotel Bar Man awarded €20k for dismissal after disclosing he was gay.

The barman who was working to fund his college studies was dismissed after two weeks service during which he was unaware that there were any problems with his work and concluded that everything had changed very quickly after he told the bar manager that he was gay. (Ref Dec- E2015-141)

Probationary Period Dismissal

In a recent case taken under Section 20(1) of the Industrial Relations Act 1969 an employee who was dismissed during his probationary period was recommended compensation in the amount of €6,500. (Ref LCR21028)

Contracts of Employment

There are many benefits to having a contract of employment in place for all employees including that 4 weeks salary may be awarded as compensation to employees who have not been issued with a statement of their terms and conditions of employment.

Dismissal During Probationary Periods - Is it Safe?

Probationary periods are a very useful tool and an important part of the selection process, provided used properly. However, their mis-use can be costly. Learn some useful tips to avoid problems in this area.

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