Monday September 21, 2020

Hotel ordered to reinstate worker

A Dublin hotel that sacked a housekeeper who asked to be paid the basic minimum wage has been ordered to re-employ her.

1st April, 2006

A Dublin hotel that sacked a housekeeper who asked to be paid the basic minimum wage has been ordered to re-employ her.

Fatima Oulidi of Terenure Road North, Dublin, brought a claim against O’Sullivan and Maguire Ltd, trading as the Georgian Hotel in Lower Baggot Street.

Oulidi told the Employment Appeals Tribunal that she had worked for the hotel since February 2001 and there had never been any complaints about her standard of...

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