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Ronan Daly Jermyn
The Government announced on Thursday last that schools, colleges, and childcare facilities would close from the following day.
Arthur Cox
In light of the prevailing situation regarding the coronavirus, many employers are asking whether they can place employees on lay-off or short-time. In this briefing we ...
Maples Group
Updated Guidance for Employers in Ireland.
Arthur Cox
The Government has announced today that schools, colleges and childcare facilities will close as part of the response measures to the COVID-19 virus.
Walkers
In this advisory, we examine the possible impact on sick pay, illness benefit, remote working, lay-off and/or short-term working and unpaid and paid leave.
Arthur Cox
In this briefing we examine the potential liability for employers in relation to accidents involving employees driving home after working long hours.
Ius Laboris
This article provides guidance for employers in Ireland on dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
Arthur Cox
A recent case from an employment tribunal in the UK acts as a reminder to employers that the scope of many protections in employment legislation extends to the recruitment process.
Littler Mendelson
Welcome to our inaugural edition of the Republic of Labour Law, a monthly newsletter in which we distill the most important Irish legal and HR updates from the last month in 500 words or less.
Arthur Cox
With three cases of novel coronavirus ("Covid-19") now confirmed in Northern Ireland, employers are likely to see a rise in employees wanting to work from home ...
Walkers
Misclassification of workers engaged by a company as "independent contracts" rather than "employees" can be a very costly mistake for businesses.
Arthur Cox
In Permanent TSB v Christopher Callan, the Labour Court found that the dismissal of a senior customer adviser (a control function) by Permanent TSB ("PTSB"),...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
How do I handle it? We are in the tourist sector and concerns around the Coronavirus have led to one employee questioning whether they can object and refuse to service persons of a certain nationality, ...
Walkers
Walkers' Ireland Employment practice look at the impact of Brexit on Irish employers focusing on the current transition period, post transition considerations, posted workers, European Work Councils, employment contracts, ...
Maples Group
As many countries, including Ireland, are stepping up preparations in the event that the Coronavirus outbreak continues to unfold, in this update, we look at the preparations that employers in Ireland should be making ...
LK Shields
A recent High Court decision involving a former senior executive at Ryanair highlights the importance of employers taking the time to "get it right" when it comes to drafting clauses which aim to prevent employees ...
Arthur Cox
A recent decision of the WRC provides helpful guidance in relation to the ‘exceptional category' of circumstances in which an employee should be allowed to avail of legal representation in a ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
We have an employee who was absent from work due to a shoulder injury. They have been certified by their GP as being fit to return to work to do lighter duties.
Arthur Cox
This is the Winter 2019 update from our Pensions Group. This includes updates on the following topics:
Arthur Cox
The Labour Court has upheld the dismissal of a former Dublin City Council employee for persistent and excessive absence.
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