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Mason Hayes & Curran
An appeal which would have allowed the same-sex partner of a college lecturer to access his pension after death is dismissed.
Mason Hayes & Curran
2016 was a mixed bag with little change for pensions in Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In the wake of President Trump's 90-day immigration ban, we examine the scope of the new US immigration rules and the likely impact they will have for Irish employers.
Mason Hayes & Curran
2016 was an interesting year for Irish employment law. We look at the significant efficiencies achieved by the Workplace Relations Commission during its first full year in operation.
Matheson
In the latest episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, Bryan Dunne and Niall Pelly look at their predictions for the top five employment law trends for 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
January 1, 2017 saw the introduction of a new law in France which permits employees, in organisations of more than 50 people, to ignore emails after working hours.
Mason Hayes & Curran
2016 was an interesting year for Irish employment law. We look at the significant efficiencies achieved by the Workplace Relations Commission during its first full year in operation.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") has published its 2016 Progress Report and Commentary (the "Report").
Matheson
The surprisingly limited potential for five year compensation awards arising from whistleblowing-related dismissals and the unforeseen effect of interim relief orders.
Matheson
In recent months the Pensions Authority published the second, third and fourth sets of the codes of governance for defined contribution pension schemes.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Staff protested at the recent Extraordinary General Meeting ("EGM") of Independent News & Media ("INM") over controversial proposals to wind-up the company's defined benefit pension schemes...
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") has published its 2016 Progress Report and Commentary.
Matheson
In the latest episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, Bryan Dunne reviews a recent decision of the Irish Labour Court.
Matheson
Under existing legislation, posted workers are entitled to certain minimum terms and conditions of employment when they are sent to work in Ireland. This includes non-EEA nationals working...
Mason Hayes & Curran
With preparations in full swing for the festive season, we review typical workplace issues commonly faced by employers at this time of year and suggest some practical tips for dealing with them successfully.
Mason Hayes & Curran
With preparations in full swing for the festive season, we review typical workplace issues commonly faced by employers at this time of year and suggest some practical tips for dealing with them successfully.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Budget Statement delivered in October 2016 did not highlight any significant developments in relation to pensions other than the cessation of the pensions levy.
Arthur Cox
The Winter 2016 edition of our Pensions Update contains important new information related to Budget 2017, Pensions Authority updates, and Case Law Updates.
Mason Hayes & Curran
A new Employment Regulation Order ("ERO") was brought into force on 1 November 2016 which provides for three pay increases to contract cleaners over the next two years...
Arthur Cox
Uber markets itself as "a location-based app that makes hiring an on-demand private driver…easy." Uber claims that "for drivers, Uber provides exceptional pay...
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Mason Hayes & Curran
Staff protested at the recent Extraordinary General Meeting ("EGM") of Independent News & Media ("INM") over controversial proposals to wind-up the company's defined benefit pension schemes...
Mason Hayes & Curran
2016 was an interesting year for Irish employment law. We look at the significant efficiencies achieved by the Workplace Relations Commission during its first full year in operation.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") has published its 2016 Progress Report and Commentary (the "Report").
Matheson
In the latest episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, Bryan Dunne and Niall Pelly look at their predictions for the top five employment law trends for 2017.
Matheson
The surprisingly limited potential for five year compensation awards arising from whistleblowing-related dismissals and the unforeseen effect of interim relief orders.
Mason Hayes & Curran
January 1, 2017 saw the introduction of a new law in France which permits employees, in organisations of more than 50 people, to ignore emails after working hours.
Matheson
In recent months the Pensions Authority published the second, third and fourth sets of the codes of governance for defined contribution pension schemes.
Arthur Cox
The Winter 2016 edition of our Pensions Update contains important new information related to Budget 2017, Pensions Authority updates, and Case Law Updates.
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The Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") has published its 2016 Progress Report and Commentary.
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With preparations in full swing for the festive season, we review typical workplace issues commonly faced by employers at this time of year and suggest some practical tips for dealing with them successfully.
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