Email Twitter Previous articleStrong element of organised crime in sex industryNext articleLimerick Permanent TSB jobs saved admin WhatsApp Linkedin “I was called in and told I was being suspended from the nursing home for the comfort of the client,” she told the Limerick Post.Ms Barry contacted Employment Rights Officer, Frank McDonald, who said: “I told the company they couldn’t suspend her when she had done nothing wrong. Besides which, they had followed no procedure, no warnings of any kind. When I told them that the suspension was illegal, they said they had used the wrong words, that she was actually being laid off”. The company offered a number of alternative hours but, “there was no way I could do them without getting childcare which I couldn’t afford and there were too few hours.”Ms Barry and Mr McDonald asked the company to take part in an hearing with a rights commissioner, but they declined.‘They are entitled to do that so we are considering gong to the Labour Court,” Mr McDonald said.In the meantime, the laid-off worker says “I want justice. I’ve lost my job because I did the right thing and now I’m at the loss of my wages. I want people to know this has happened,” she said.After the Limerick Post first printed her story in May, this newspaper was contacted by an officer of the National Employment Rights Authority, who was in turn put in contact with the whistleblower.A spokesperson for the company said: “We are aware of Ms Barry’s claims, and are dealing with the matter through the appropriate mechanisms”.Lisa Barry protesting outside Xcel Xecutive Cleaners Ltd, John’s Gate, with from left; Frank McDonnell, Limerck Resource Centre, her daughter Ali, partner Damion Mansfield and Cormac Ronan. Facebook NewsLocal News‘Whistleblower’ protests outside company which let her goBy admin – July 26, 2012 1167 A CONTRACT cleaner who claims she lost her job because she reported an incident of elder abuse, staged a protest outside her former employer’s office this week. Lisa Barry claims she was effectively fired after reporting an alleged incident in which a staff member at a Limerick nursing home caught an 80-year old woman by the arm and threw her into a chair, as reported in the Limerick Post in May. The lone parent has not worked since she lost her job with the city-centre based Xcel Xecutive Cleaners Ltd. earlier this year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Advertisement Print
The city’s previous daily highs include 441 new cases on July 21, 404 on July 12, 395 on July 11 and 344 on July 8.Behind Jakarta is East Java, which reported 273 new cases on Monday, followed by Central Java with 210 cases, South Sulawesi with 110 cases and Bali with 62 cases.The new cases brought the total number of confirmed cases in East Java – home to some 39 million people – to 20,812, the highest among the country’s 34 provinces to date.Indonesia has recorded the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Southeast Asia, with its official tally having also surpassed the official tallies of South Korea, Japan and China.A Flourish chart As of Monday, Indonesia’s death toll from the contagious respiratory illness had reached 4,838, with 1,608 deaths recorded in East Java, followed by Jakarta with 769 and Central Java with 574.According to the COVID-19 task force, East Java’s provincial capital of Surabaya has logged the single-largest number of coronavirus-related fatalities in the country of 268 million people.The task force’s latest COVID-19 data analysis as of Saturday found that the city had recorded more than 800 deaths linked to COVID-19.Other regions with the highest numbers of COVID-19-related fatalities include Semarang in Central Java, with at least 250 deaths, Makassar in South Sulawesi with at least 211 deaths, Central Jakarta with at least 180 deaths and East Jakarta with at least 156 deaths, the report showed.Furthermore, Surabaya had also recorded the country’s highest mortality rate of 27.22 per 100,000 people at the time of the writing.Other regions with the highest COVID-19 mortality rates include Banjarmasin in South Kalimantan (18.20), Manado in North Sulawesi (18.20), Palangkaraya in Central Kalimantan (17.94), and Semarang in Central Java (16.96), according to the report.Topics : Indonesia’s official tally of COVID-19 cases has reached 100,303 after the government recorded 1,525 new infections on Monday, with Jakarta reporting its highest one-day spike since the first confirmed cases were detected in the city in March.The capital recorded 467 new confirmed cases on Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the city of 10 million people to 19,592.The latest figures continue the trend of increasing numbers of confirmed cases in Jakarta in recent weeks following the city’s decision to gradually relax restrictions and reopen businesses and offices under health protocols from June 4.