Maples Group - Employment Law Series

Posted in : Maples Group Industry Updates on 10 November 2020 Issues covered: Disability; Reasonable Accommodation; Nano Nagle; Discrimination and Equality

This is a four-part audio series on employment law by Maples Group. Once a new episode has been published, this page will be updated.

1. Protected Disclosures In Ireland

In the first of a four-part audio series on employment law, head of Employment team, Karen Killalea, along with Associate, Ciara Ní Longaigh, Mapleas Group, share their insights on the law governing protected disclosures in Ireland.

This includes examining key points from recent cases and discussing the potential changes that may come into effect in light of the new EU Whistleblowing Directive.

Click here to view episode 1: Protected Disclosures in Ireland

2. Reasonable Accommodation And Developments In Managing Disability Post Nano Nagle

In the second of a four-part audio series on employment law, Karen Killalea and Ciara Ní Longaigh of the Maples Group, share their insights on reasonable accommodation and developments in managing disability post Nano Nagle.

This episode examines the key points from recent cases and discusses the potential changes that may come into effect in light of Nano Nagle.

Click here to view episode 2: Reasonable Adjustments and Developments in Managing Disability Post Nano Nagle

3. The Anatomy of The Disciplinary Process

In the third of a four-part audio series on employment law, Head of the Employment team at Maples Group, Karen Killalea and Ciara Ni Longaigh explore the disciplinary process for employers in Ireland, recent case law developments and best practices for employers

Click here to view episode 3: The Anatomy of The Disciplinary Process

       

This article is correct at 10/11/2020
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