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The Unfair Dismissals Act (1977-2015) outlines the obligation for organisations to have a clear…
Last Modified: 30th September 2021
Making redundancies and losing staff is generally a process employers try to avoid but sometimes…
Last Modified: 30th September 2021
Businesses are starting to bring staff back into the workplace now that restrictions are easing and…
Last Modified: 8th September 2021
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has filed in favour of a worker who made a claim in…
Last Modified: 7th September 2021
Three public Labour Court hearings are scheduled for September, for the construction, mechanical…
Last Modified: 5th August 2021
Most of us clearly remember the day it was announced we should work from home. It happened fast,…
Last Modified: 4th August 2021
People will react in different ways to being called back into the office. Some will be keen, having…
Last Modified: 15th July 2021
As many organisations are working on how to safely return employees to the workplace, the Data…
Last Modified: 8th July 2021
The European Commission is planning to update worker safety rules to reflect the recent changes in…
Last Modified: 30th June 2021
It was interesting to note that the UK’s employment relations service ACAS recently published…
Last Modified: 2nd August 2021
Note - the below was originally the 'Reopening the workplace' toolkit but it has been amended on 17…
Last Modified: 24th June 2021
Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD, has formally accepted the…
Last Modified: 22nd June 2021
The Supreme Court last week delivered a judgment upholding the constitutionality of legislation…
Last Modified: 18th June 2021
The High Court has made an important ruling in relation to the use of fixed-term contracts. The…
Last Modified: 15th June 2021
A lot of recent trends in employment law have focused on work life balance and family life.…
Last Modified: 10th June 2021
The Tánaiste has announced further details of proposals to give all workers the right to paid sick…
Last Modified: 8th June 2021
It has been reported that Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar will ask the…
Last Modified: 3rd June 2021
This week, the Government launched its Economic Recovery Plan. Following last Friday’s confirmation…
Last Modified: 1st June 2021
The Fórsa trade union has released a report calling on the Government to increase “sectoral…
Last Modified: 27th May 2021
One side effect of the increased prevalence of remote working is that employers are examining ways…
Last Modified: 26th May 2021
One of Ireland’s largest professional services firms, PwC has confirmed that it expects employees…
Last Modified: 20th May 2021
The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar has published updated…
Last Modified: 18th May 2021
The Second Annual National Remote Working Survey has revealed an overwhelming level of employee…
Last Modified: 13th May 2021
The National Competitiveness and Productivity Council (NCPC) has published a News Bulletin (…
Last Modified: 12th May 2021
The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth is seeking the public’s…
Last Modified: 6th May 2021
After a highly stressful year which has seen great changes in the workplace, both employees and…
Last Modified: 27th May 2021
With surveys of both employers and employees revealing a preference for more hybrid work patterns,…
Last Modified: 26th May 2021
The Government has confirmed a reopening schedule for business and society over the next two months…
Last Modified: 20th May 2021
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has published its 2020 annual report that includes its…
Last Modified: 18th May 2021
This week, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris, launched the Action Plan for…