Ireland Update: How to fairly dismiss an employee in a controlled function

In this advisory we examine two recent cases of the Labour Court and Workplace Relations Commission and highlight what regulated employers should do to successfully defend unfair dismissal claims by senior employees. In both cases, the employees were performing a control function role under the Central Bank of Ireland’s Fitness and Probity regime.

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