Murray v Pickerings Lifts Ltd

CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal (Ireland)
Judgment Date28 July 1999
Judgment citation (vLex)[1999] 7 JIEC 2801
Date28 July 1999

Employment Appeals Tribunal

Murray v Pickerings Lifts Ltd

Claimant worked as a general operative attached to an engineer. When the engineer was promoted the claimant work for a number of teams but attached to none in particular. As a replacement engineer could not be found, despite efforts by the respondents, he was let go by way of redundancy. Claimant stated that during his employment he was not exclusively paired with the one engineer as claimed by the respondents. The claimant had been off work due to an occuptional injury and believed this was the reason he was choosen for redundancy. The Tribunal determined that the claimant was dismissed and that it was unfair. It found he was unfairly picked for redundancy...

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