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Arthur Cox
With effect from 29 January 2019, all occupational pension schemes established under trust are required to comply with the European Union (Anti- Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of ...
Ireland
Fakhoury Global Immigration
Beginning January 1, 2020, short term business visitors will have a new rule to oblige to determine whether a payroll obligation exists.
Matheson
Looking back on 2019, we saw lots of interesting developments across many areas of employment law. Some of the major talking points and themes for employers over this period included the Supreme Court
Maples Group
In early January 2020, the Workplace Relations Commission (the "WRC") ordered the Irish State broadcaster, RTÉ, to pay €100,000 to a former employee following a finding ...
Matheson
Looking back on 2019, we saw lots of interesting developments across many areas of employment law. Some of the major talking...
Fragomen
Effective February 1, 2020, the national minimum hourly salary will increase to EUR 10.10, up 3.06 percent from last year. For a 40-hour work week, this equals approximately EUR 404 per ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
A common issue that arises for Irish employers is dealing with and managing employees who are suffering from alleged work related stress.
Matheson
We provided an update in January 2019 in relation to a Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") decision in which an employee of a bank was held to have been unfairly dismissed
Arthur Cox
This autumn brought the coming into force of two new Sectoral Employment Orders ("SEOs"). To help you understand what this means for employers, we first recap the basics of SEOs...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
More and more, the RDJ Employment Team is asked to advise around the development of workplace remote and flexible working policies.
Arthur Cox
A number of recent cases in Ireland and the UK provide further guidance to employers on how to deal with protected disclosures made by employees and the extent of the protections
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The Supreme Court has helpfully clarified the circumstances in which an employee may be entitled to legal representation during a disciplinary process.
Arthur Cox
In last week's client briefing (available here), we considered the exceptional nature of the right to legal representation in disciplinary proceedings as set down by the Supreme Court in McKelvey
Walkers
Partner and Head of Employment, Susan Battye, authored the "Ireland: Employment & Labour Law" chapter in the Legal 500 and the In-House Lawyer Comparative Legal Guide (3rd edition).
Matheson
In this hot topics article, we look at recent case law for lessons on how an employer can successfully defend a claim of discrimination where an employee has a legal disability
Arthur Cox
Three recent decisions spotlight the challenges employers face in effecting mandatory retirement, as well as the price to be paid by those who get it wrong.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
It appears Ireland is now set to introduce a mandatory pension scheme to encourage employees to provide for additional
Arthur Cox
In Trinity Leisure Holdings Limited Trading as Trinity City Hotel v Sofia Kolesnik and Natalia Alfimova, the High Court found an express statement in a contract of employment
Ronan Daly Jermyn
As reported by journalist Amelia Heathman in the Evening Standard recently, anxiety is a growing issue in the UK. According to AnxietyUK, one in six adults experience some form of "neurotic health problem"
Matheson
In this hot topics article, we look at recent case law for lessons on how an employer can successfully defend a claim of discrimination where an employee has a legal disability
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