Ukrainian given E33k in permit row

A Ukrainian employee at a north Dublin cleaning company has be en awarded €33,600 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) following a dispute over a work permit.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
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Ian Kehoe

6th August, 2005

Olga Dubyna, of Bessborough Parade, Dublin 6, had worked for Master Clean services since 2002. In October 2003, her employers told her that there was a problem with her application for awork permit and she stopped working for the company the following month.

Dubyna came to Ireland from Ukraine in 2001 on a work permit obtained by another company. However, due to awork shortage at the original company, she startedworking for Master Clean the following year. The tribunal...

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