Neville v Cork Rebar Ltd

CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal (Ireland)
Judgment Date16 July 1999
Judgment citation (vLex)[1999] 7 JIEC 1601
Date16 July 1999

Employment Appeals Tribunal

Neville v Cork Rebar Ltd

Claimant was regarded as good at his job by respondent. However, respondent claimed his time-keeping was poor, he was hot-headed and became unreliable. Respondent claimed several written warnings were given to him. Claimant stated no warnings had been given to him. Four weeks before he left his job he sought a salary increase which was denied he then thretened to leave and was offered more so he withdrew his notice. On the day he left work the claimant was a little late, the respondent said “you're dumped”. Claimant understood this to mean he was dismissed and when leaving the respondent asked for the keys to the premises. Tribunal determined the claimant was dismissed and it was...

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