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Letter For Social Welfare Application Held To Be Notice Of Redundancy
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...
Ireland
23 Mar 2017
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Employment Law Update: Clerys Report – Key Proposals On Laws Protecting Employees
In early 2016, the Government commissioned an examination into laws protecting employees following the overnight closure of the historic Clerys department store in Dublin in June 2015, with the immediate loss of 460 jobs.
Ireland
4 Jul 2016
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Employment Law Update: From Collective Redundancies To Collective Bargaining, What's New?
In the Woolworths case, thousands of redundancies were made across various Woolworths' stores in the UK.
Ireland
30 Jul 2015
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Employment Law Update: Collective Redundancies: What Is An "Establishment"?
The question of what is meant by "establishment" in a collective redundancy situation is a subject of on-going debate.
European Union
10 Apr 2015
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Happy 10th Birthday To The Protection Of Employees (Fixed-Term Work) Act 2003
For most employers the primary benefit of a fixed-term contract lies in the exclusion of the Unfair Dismissal Acts 1977-2011 on the expiry of the fixed-term.
Ireland
17 Dec 2013
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Redundancy Rebate Reduced From 1 January 2012
Employers who are currently considering implementing a redundancy exercise should consider the implications of waiting until next year to do this. Budget 2012 provides that the employer rebate on statutory redundancy payments will be reduced from the current rate of 60% to 15% with effect from 1 January 2012.
Ireland
9 Dec 2011
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