Wardle v RMS Cash Solutions Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberNIIT 10277/19
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Discipline and Grievance
The claimant was employed as a driver with the respondent company, which provided cash handling services in the form of delivery, transport and collection of cash. The claimant began this employment in September 2013 until his dismissal on the grounds of gross misconduct on 9th May 2019.
The index incident took place on 10th April 2019 where the claimant was completing a number of deliveries - one of these was to the Poundstretcher store in Newry. This involved delivering bags of coins which were of indeterminate weight but were regarded as ‘heavy’. The difficulty arising here was that the claimant had to transport the money upstairs into an
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