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St Michael’s House faces second bullying accusation

The Dublin disability service provider, St Michael’s House, which was criticised in the independent report into the death of a resident at Leas Cross nursing home, faced a second accusation of bullying and constructive dismissal last week.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
24th March, 2007

The manager of an employment centre in Ballymun, Dublin, run by St Michael’s House, claimed in a case heard by the Employment Appeals Tribunal that she was bullied by management of the agency over a 18-month period.

Louise McCormack, who worked for St Michael’s House for 26 years, said the bullying began after she raised issues about bad practice at St Michael’s House. She said it escalated after she complained to the chief...

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