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Flawed Investigation LeadsTo Award of €15,000 to Dismissed Cashier.

In Determination UDD 1739 the Labour Court upheld an appeal by a till operator who had been dismissed by Woodies, as the Investigation conducted by the Company did not reasonably conclude on the balance of probabilities that the dismissed employee had taken a missing €50 note.

Dismissal Unfair Despite CCTV Confirming Theft

A recent case published by the WRC confirmed the high standards required to ensure that the principles of natural justice are fully adhered to during workplace investigations (Ref ADJ - 00004127)

Effective Interview and Investigation Questioning

It goes without saying that one of the essential competencies required in workplace investigations (and other forms of interviews) is the ability to ask the right questions. This article offers some useful tips for effective questioning:

Conducting Fair and Robust Workplace Investigations

This summary article provides some essential guidance on some of the key preliminary steps that should be taken to ensure that a workplace investigation process is robust and can stand up to scrutiny in the event that it leads to further action being taken under the disciplinary policy or findings of misconduct such as bullying and harassment being made against employees.

Conducting Fair Work Place Investigations & Disciplinary Hearings

This article will look at two cases that provide useful learning points on how to conduct fair investigations and disciplinary hearings in the workplace including the need to keep the investigation and disciplinary processes separate.

Costly HR Mistakes (PART 1)

Being complacement with how investigations are conducted as well as not being aware of and acting on inappropriate workplace banter are just two of the areas in HR practice that can prove very costly to employers but can easily be avoided.

Suspension Do's & Don'ts

The recent determination in the High Court case of the Governor and Company of Bank Of Ireland v Reilly [Justice Noonan 17/04/2015)offers some useful guidance in how to correctly manage the difficult area of suspension of employees pending the completion of an investigation into alleged gross misconduct.

€20k Award For Housekeeper Dismissed Due To Bullying Allegations

The importance of allowing employees to be made aware of and have the opportunity to respond to complaints against them before being dismissed was highlighted in this case (UD 1665/2012 & MN 259/2013) when the claimant won her unfair dismissal claim.

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