Corcoran v Doyle

CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal (Ireland)
Judgment Date28 June 1999
Judgment citation (vLex)[1999] 6 JIEC 2802
Date28 June 1999

Employment Appeals Tribunal

Corcoran v Doyle

Brenda Corcoran v Sean Doyle

Claimant worked a 40 hour week until a staff meeting considered the claimant working part-time hours. Subsequently with agreement of the respondent she began job sharing on the basis of her working 20 hours a week. Initially her work was reduced to 12 hours while her job share partner was more. She complained and waited for him to discuss the matter. Later, as he was late she left the premises & went home. No written contract of employment existed and after she departed he sent her P45 to her old address when it was returned he didn't send it onto to her as he believed her job was still there if she wanted it. Tribunal determined the claimant did not explore all the options open to her on leaving her employment and so a case...

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