Remote Working And Compliance With Working-Time Rules

Posted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 22 September 2020
Jennifer O’Neill
LK Shields Solicitors LLP
Issues covered: Remote Working; Working Time and Leave

In December 2019, the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation published a report entitled “Remote Work in Ireland”, which defined remote working as a “form of organising and/or performing work, using information technology, in the context of an employment contract/relationship, where work, which could also be performed at the employer’s premises, is carried out away from those premises on a regular basis”. 

Remote working includes both working from home or working from another location that is not your office, i.e. a community hub or co-working space. 

Much has changed since the publication of that report, with the COVID-19 pandemic resulting in an unprecedented and

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Jennifer O’Neill
LK Shields Solicitors LLP

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