O’Mahony v The Old Oak Pub

CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal (Ireland)
Judgment Date11 June 1999
Judgment citation (vLex)[1999] 6 JIEC 1101
Date11 June 1999

Employment Appeals Tribunal

O'Mahony v The Old Oak Pub

Claimant was one of the bar staff of the respondent company. Irregularities in the takings was discovered and after an investigation the respondents were satisfied that the respondent was the culprit. At a meeting the claimant was accused but he denied the allegation. At the conclusion of the meeting the respondents stated they suspended the claimant while further enquiries and a further meeting was to take place. At the end of that week the claimant's pay was left out in the usual manner. The claimant never returned to work or attended the further meeting. Evidence from other publicans supported the respondent's allegation and former staff supported the claimant's record of honesty. The tribunal determined that following the meeting where the claimant was challenged with the allegation of taking money and irregular till practice, the claimant...

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