Labour Court criticises Dunnes for workplace bullying procedures

The comments were contained in a ruling on a case taken by a former Dunnes worker who claimed he had been bullied by his store manager and that his complaints to senior management 'fell on deaf ears'

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
21st July, 2019

Supermarket chain Dunnes Stores has been criticised by the Labour Court for procedures which “fall short of best practice” in relation to allegations of bullying and harassment.

The comments were contained in a ruling on a case taken by a former Dunnes worker who claimed he had been bullied by his store manager and that his complaints to senior management “fell on deaf ears”, leading to severe work-related stress.

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