EMPLOYMENT APPEALS TRIBUNAL
APPEAL(S) OF: CASE NO.
John Foley – appellant RP120/2014
Ciardan Limited (in Liquidation) – respondent
REDUNDANCY PAYMENTS ACTS, 1967 TO 2007
MINIMUM NOTICE AND TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT ACTS, 1973 TO 2005
I certify that the Tribunal
(Division of Tribunal)
Chairman: Mr D. Mac Carthy S C
Members: Mr F. Moloney
Ms M. Mulcahy
heard this appeal at Dublin on 2nd April 2015
Appellant(s): Mr Damien Connor
NCU, The Glin Centre, The Glin Road, Coolock, Dublin 17
Respondent(s): No appearance or representation on behalf of the Liquidator
The decision of the Tribunal was as follows:-
There was no appearance by or representation on behalf of the Liquidator. The Tribunal notes that the Liquidator wrote in advance of the hearing to confirm that the appellant was entitled to payment in respect of redundancy and minimum notice.
The appellant confirmed that his employment began on 2nd June 1986 and was terminated without notice on 12th April 2013. He received €550.00 weekly gross pay.
The Tribunal is satisfied that a redundancy situation occurred and that the appellant is entitled to a redundancy lump sum payment under the Redundancy Payments Acts, 1967 to 2007, based on the following information:
Date of Birth:
Date of Commencement: 2nd June 1986
Date of Termination: 12th April 2013
Weekly Gross Pay: €550.00
Estimated Redundancy Lump Sum: €30,118.00
This award is made subject to the appellant having been in insurable employment under the Social Welfare Acts during the relevant period.
The Tribunal also awards the appellant €4,500.00 (four thousand five hundred euro) in respect of 8 weeks’ pay under the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973 to 2005.
Sealed with the Seal of the
Employment Appeals Tribunal