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A Guide to Flexible Working

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 4 September 2018
Ailbhe Dennehy
A&L Goodbody

This month, Ailbhe Dennehy, Associate with A&L Goodbody's Employment Group, has provided answers to some of your questions on home-working arrangements.

  1. Are employers obliged to provide flexible working arrangements?
  2. How should employers handle requests for flexible working?
  3. Could a refusal be seen as discrimination?
  4. What other legal considerations arise for employers?
  5. What about data protection considerations in a home-working situation?
  6. Does an employee have any additional obligations when working from home?
  7. Can an employer require an employee to work from home?
  8. Do employees need to

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Ailbhe Dennehy
A&L Goodbody

The main content of this article was provided by Ailbhe Dennehy. Contact telephone number is +353 1 649 2431 or email adennehy@algoodbody.com

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