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Court grants order blocking sacking of Brown Thomas worker

A member of staff wins a High Court order stopping Brown Thomas from terminating her employment.

A MEMBER OF STAFF of the Brown Thomas group has been granted a High Court order which temporarily stops the company from sacking her.

RTÉ News reports that the worker told the court she was being made redundant after complaining of harassment and bullying in the workplace.

The order restraining Brown Thomas from terminating Mullen’s contract was issued by Justice Mary Laffoy. Lawyers for Brown Thomas will have an opportunity to outline their arguments when the case is heard again on Tuesday.

Read more on the action at RTÉ News >

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