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Employers face increased risk of duplication of claims by employees before both the Workplace Relations Commission and the Irish High Court on foot of a recent decision by the Court of Appeal.
Mason Hayes & Curran
A recent decision of the Labour Court serves as a useful reminder to employers that there is another route other than the Unfair Dismissals Acts by which an aggrieved employee can claim against an employer for a dismissal.
Mason Hayes & Curran
A quiet revolution is about to occur in the UK concerning the manner and ease in which people can gain access to information on their pensions savings.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The European Court of Justice recently determined that a company policy banning employees from wearing religious signs such as Islamic headscarves is not necessarily discriminatory.
Mason Hayes & Curran
There is a growing trend amongst employers towards rewarding key employees with share-based remuneration in place of cash bonuses.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The current transport dispute has resulted in many employees being late or unable to attend their place of work.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") recently determined that a company policy banning employees from wearing religious signs such as Islamic headscarves is not necessarily discriminatory.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The issue of working hours and other terms and conditions of employment for Special Needs Assistants ("SNAs") has caused difficulty for Boards of Management in recent years.
Mason Hayes & Curran
We examine the facts of the case and suggest the best course of action for schools faced with similar complaints.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In a recent case, the Labour Court found that the dismissal of an employee for deliberate manipulation of company policy and misuse of the company sick pay scheme was fair.
Mason Hayes & Curran
A recent decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal held that a letter drafted for an employee for social welfare purposes stating that the employer "had no work available at present" was...
Mason Hayes & Curran
The new European Pensions Directive - IORP II became effective in January 2017. Member States now have two years in which to transpose its provisions into national law.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In two recent cases, the Employment Appeals Tribunal ("EAT") highlighted the importance of informed consent in the context of employees signing full and final settlement waivers.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Last year signalled a number of forthcoming changes to the regulatory environment for pensions in Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Labour Court recently held that the dismissal of an employee on the grounds of her capability was not justified on either substantive or procedural grounds and, therefore, was unfair.
Mason Hayes & Curran
We examine the scope of the Pensions (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2017 and look at the potential impact on defined benefit pension schemes in Ireland, if enacted.
Mason Hayes & Curran
We look at the growing gig economy workforce and how Irish employers can engage independent workers in 2017.
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.
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Mason Hayes & Curran
We examine the scope of the Pensions (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2017 and look at the potential impact on defined benefit pension schemes in Ireland, if enacted.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Last year signalled a number of forthcoming changes to the regulatory environment for pensions in Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The issue of working hours and other terms and conditions of employment for Special Needs Assistants ("SNAs") has caused difficulty for Boards of Management in recent years.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Labour Court recently held that the dismissal of an employee on the grounds of her capability was not justified on either substantive or procedural grounds and, therefore, was unfair.
Mason Hayes & Curran
We examine the facts of the case and suggest the best course of action for schools faced with similar complaints.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In two recent cases, the Employment Appeals Tribunal ("EAT") highlighted the importance of informed consent in the context of employees signing full and final settlement waivers.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The new European Pensions Directive - IORP II became effective in January 2017. Member States now have two years in which to transpose its provisions into national law.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In a recent case, the Labour Court found that the dismissal of an employee for deliberate manipulation of company policy and misuse of the company sick pay scheme was fair.
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The question of employee's liability to the employer was considered by the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords in the UK in Lister v. Romford Ice & Cold Storage [1956] UKHL J1220-2 (Lord Denning dissenting).
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A recent decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal held that a letter drafted for an employee for social welfare purposes stating that the employer "had no work available at present" was...
Mason Hayes & Curran
We look at the growing gig economy workforce and how Irish employers can engage independent workers in 2017.
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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.
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