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Eversheds Sutherland
Transgender Day of Remembrance ("TDoR") falls today, 20 November.
Envoy Global, Inc.
Comments are open for the Critical Skills Occupations List and Ineligible List of Occupations for Employment Permits until December 11, 2020.
Philip Lee
The only safe option for an employer who wants to get rid of a problem employee is to follow a fair procedure.
Arthur Cox
Earlier this year, following clusters of outbreaks of COVID-19 in meat plants and nursing homes
William Fry
At an unprecedented €17.75bn, Budget 2021 is the largest in Irish history.
Arthur Cox
The EWSS has replaced the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (the "TWSS") with effect from 1 September 2020 and will operate until 31 March 2021.
William Fry
The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has upheld a claim for sexual harassment and ordered a beauty salon to pay €25,000 in compensation to its former employee.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
"I am in receipt of a request from an employee to take five weeks Parent's leave from 1 to 28 December 2020, due to the announcement in Budget 2021.
Arthur Cox
A 2017 survey by the Transgender Equality Network Ireland found that 55% of respondents indicated that they had experienced or witnessed transphobic bullying in the workplace
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Everyone seems a little jaded as we battle through another (rainy) lockdown in Ireland. Employers and employees are cranky and exhausted, trying their best to figure out how to balance their working day.
Arthur Cox
https://www.arthurcox.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Hopkins-v-HMRC-3-Nov-2020.pdfIn this briefing the Employment Group consider a recent decision of the English High Court...
Eversheds Sutherland
The vast majority of employment-related claims are adjudicated upon by the Workplace Relations Commission.
Eversheds Sutherland
The general position in Ireland is that restrictive covenants are void and unenforceable as restraints of trade.
Eversheds Sutherland
The Health and Safety Authority ("HSA") has published guidance for employers on minimizing health and safety risks throughout the pandemic.
Maples Group
The third of a four-part audio series on Employment Law, hosted by head of our Employment team, Karen Killalea.
BHSM
Following the recommendations of the National Public Health Emergency Team, which have been approved and adopted by the Government on Monday 19 October, Dublin will now move to Level 5...
Walkers
On 13 October, the Irish Government announced its Budget for 2021 which contains a number of important changes for Irish based employers.
BHSM
Following the recommendations of the National Public Health Emergency Team, which have been approved and adopted by the Government this evening...
Philip Lee
COVID-19 may have dominated the workplace agenda in recent months – but employers in Ireland can't lose sight of any of the other issues arising in the course of the employer-employee relationship.
Philip Lee
A whistleblower cannot be penalised for pointing out wrongdoing, and if that employee is later dismissed, the business must ensure the move has no connection to the protected disclosure.
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