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Proskauer Rose LLP
On July 31, 2019, in the case of Nano Nagle School v Daly, the Supreme Court of Ireland delivered its decision in a long-running disability discrimination lawsuit between a paraplegic
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Recent legislation on employment terms was heralded as "one of the most significant pieces of employment legislation in a generation". In practice, it
Arthur Cox
In welcome decisions for employers, the High Court in Power v Health Service Executive and Court of Appeal in Kearney v Byrne Wallace have confirmed that an employment injunction cannot be granted
Arthur Cox
In the recent case of CPM Ireland Limited v Natasha Callaghan, the Labour Court found that while an employee had made a protected disclosure, her dismissal was "wholly unrelated" to the disclosure.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
As employees begin to flock in their droves to sunnier climates, it is a good time for us to remind employers of the law relating to annual leave entitlements.
Arthur Cox
Employers owe both a common law and statutory duty to ensure the health and safety of their employees. But how extensive is this obligation and when are employees responsible
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Heralded as an example of "new politics working", the Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019 ("the 2019 Act") has now been commenced and is effective
Arthur Cox
The Labour Court, in Louth County Council v Mary Clarke, upheld the decision of the Workplace Relations Commission (the "WRC")
Arthur Cox
To ensure compliance with your obligations under the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018, our five-step plan below will assist you in dealing with any banded hour requests you receive
Maples Group
In The In-House Lawyer's Summer Magazine 2019, Partner and Head of Employment, Karen Killalea writes about the practical issues employers should consider when managing workplace investigations.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The National Vetting Bureau ("the NVB") announced that a new compliance unit was set up in December last year to conduct "regular checks"
Arthur Cox
In the recent case of McMahon v Redwood TTM Limited and Pilling, an UK Employment Tribunal ordered the employer to pay a former employee the sum of ฃ8,000 (plus interest), in the form
Ronan Daly Jermyn
We have an employee who has been on long-term sick leave and wishes to return to work on Monday. We are concerned about their fitness to return to normal duties and wish to delay their return.
Arthur Cox
It would be hard to have missed the Government's recent drive towards improved family entitlements, with the introduction of increased unpaid parental leave and the announcement that paid parental leave is on the way.
Maples Group
The closing date for submissions is 12 July 2019. Employers
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Last month the Labour Court examined Stryker Orthopaedic's ("the Company") Dignity at Work Policy following an appeal by its employee to a recommendation of the WRC.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
The WRC annual report for 2018 contains a potentially surprising statistic that, although in general the number of discrimination complaints rose that year, the number of sexual discrimination complaints fell.
Arthur Cox
In The Governing Body of Tywyn Primary School v Alpin, the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") recently ruled that the adverse treatment of a gay teacher,
Arthur Cox
The Labour Court, in Kerry County Council v Cora Carrigg, has overturned a WRC award made against Kerry County Council for an alleged breach of the Protection of Employees
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Our organisation has just become aware that one of our employees has a medical condition which we believe makes them unsuitable to work in our particular working environment.
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As employees begin to flock in their droves to sunnier climates, it is a good time for us to remind employers of the law relating to annual leave entitlements.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Recent legislation on employment terms was heralded as "one of the most significant pieces of employment legislation in a generation". In practice, it
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Heralded as an example of "new politics working", the Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019 ("the 2019 Act") has now been commenced and is effective
Arthur Cox
Employers owe both a common law and statutory duty to ensure the health and safety of their employees. But how extensive is this obligation and when are employees responsible
Arthur Cox
In welcome decisions for employers, the High Court in Power v Health Service Executive and Court of Appeal in Kearney v Byrne Wallace have confirmed that an employment injunction cannot be granted
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In the recent case of CPM Ireland Limited v Natasha Callaghan, the Labour Court found that while an employee had made a protected disclosure, her dismissal was "wholly unrelated" to the disclosure.
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Workplace investigations have been cast into the spotlight in the last 12 months.
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The Bill will now go before the President to be signed into law. In summary, the Bill:
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Employers want a well-educated and flexible work force that allows their companies to be competitive and employees want the flexibility that enables them to balance work and family life.
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The Labour Court, in Louth County Council v Mary Clarke, upheld the decision of the Workplace Relations Commission (the "WRC")
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In The In-House Lawyer's Summer Magazine 2019, Partner and Head of Employment, Karen Killalea writes about the practical issues employers should consider when managing workplace investigations.
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