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European Court Of Justice – Reducing Severance Payments To Reflect Period Of Parental Or Maternity Leave Constitutes Indirect Sex Discrimination
In the recent decision in RE v Praxair MRC SAS, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the "CJEU") has ruled that the calculation of compensation payments for dismissal
European Union
17 Oct 2019
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Till Death (Or Retirement) Do Us Part: Entitlement To Long-Term Disability Benefits Until Retirement Age Or Death
In ICTS (UK) Ltd v Visram, the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld a decision of an employment tribunal that a claimant's entitlement to compensation for future loss of earnings included loss of long-term disability...
UK
8 Aug 2019
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Labour Court Re-Affirms That Different Treatment Does Not Necessarily Mean Less Favourable Treatment
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
Ireland
20 Jun 2019
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Enforcement Of Post-Termination Restrictive Covenants At Injunction Stage Is A Balancing Act
There is a clear distinction between the enforceability of restrictive covenants during the life of the employment relationship and after its termination.
Ireland
4 Apr 2019
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Fair Procedures Are Required When Dismissing An Employee During Probation
Late last year, the Labour Court made a non-binding recommendation under the Industrial Relations Acts that a hotel manager be awarded €90,000 in compensation ...
Ireland
12 Feb 2019
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Employers Should Exercise Caution When Dismissing Employees Awaiting Or In Receipt Of Long-Term Disability Benefits
Before deciding to dismiss an employee on the grounds of medical incapability, an employer will have its obligation to reasonably accommodate the employee under the Employment Equality Acts
Ireland
18 Jan 2019
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The Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017 (The "Bill") Has Been Passed By The Houses Of The Oireachtas
The Bill will now go before the President to be signed into law. In summary, the Bill:
Ireland
28 Dec 2018
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