Last Modified: 2nd April 2020
The Department of Justice and Equality recently made announcements regarding temporary changes to…
Last Modified: 1st April 2020
As the number of those infected with the coronavirus continues to increase, we have listed the…
Last Modified: 31st March 2020
On Friday night, the Taoiseach announced that the government has decided that everyone should stay…
Last Modified: 27th March 2020
Dáil passes emergency legislation Emergency legislation to provide financial supports to…
Last Modified: 25th March 2020
The government has announced more restrictive measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus and…
Last Modified: 19th March 2020
With many organisations facing severe downturns in trade as a result of the coronavirus outbreak,…
Last Modified: 18th March 2020
Government widens income supports The government has moved to put supports in place to protect the…
Last Modified: 13th March 2020
Schools, colleges, childcare facilities and other public facilities have closed in the Republic of…
Last Modified: 12th March 2020
As efforts to contain the coronavirus continue, many organisations have been testing their capacity…
Last Modified: 10th March 2020
The Government has announced that it will pass emergency legislation to amend the qualifying…
Last Modified: 5th March 2020
Boris Johnson yesterday announced that UK employees affected by the coronavirus would receive…
Last Modified: 2nd March 2020
With the first coronavirus diagnosis now confirmed in Ireland, there is increasing pressure on…
Last Modified: 25th February 2020
The time it takes the earth to orbit the sun has an unusual impact on HR and payroll every four…
Last Modified: 20th February 2020
The GAA recently issued a reminder to member clubs about its 2018 recommendation to stop using the…
Last Modified: 18th February 2020
The Labour Court has turned down an appeal by a safety services company seeking to overturn a…
Last Modified: 14th February 2020
Although the number of couples who meet at work appears to be on the decline, it is inevitable that…
Last Modified: 11th February 2020
Just as storm Ciara dies down, Met Éireann has warned that the weather will continue to be very…
Last Modified: 6th February 2020
Last week the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the outbreak of the coronavirus a global…
Last Modified: 4th February 2020
As Ireland’s workforce now includes more and more employees aged 55 and over, organisations are…
Last Modified: 30th January 2020
The Mater Private this week released the results of research into the health and wellbeing of Irish…
Last Modified: 28th January 2020
As polling day in the general election draws closer, some of the main political parties have…
Last Modified: 23rd January 2020
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) recently allowed an appeal that will interest…
Last Modified: 20th January 2020
The cold, dark winter months can have a depressive effect. Winter blues tend to be most keenly felt…
Last Modified: 16th January 2020
With the general election date now set for Saturday, 8 February, we take a look at five issues that…
Last Modified: 14th January 2020
After a busy year for significant employment law cases, we take a look back at four of the biggest…
Last Modified: 10th January 2020
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has ordered the state broadcaster to pay €100,000 to a…
Last Modified: 7th January 2020
An employment tribunal in the UK has ruled that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief that is…
Last Modified: 2nd January 2020
As we face into a new year, now is a perfect time to look at some HR developments that we can…
Last Modified: 31st December 2019
The High Court has ruled in favour of former Ryanair Chief Operations Officer Peter Bellew in a…
Last Modified: 23rd December 2019
In a significant decision, the Labour Court has ruled that workers working under an illegal…