Relocation Clauses

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 18 May 2010 Issues covered:

The Terms of Employment (Information) Acts 1994 and 2001 specifically provide that an employer is obliged to provide an employee with a statement in writing no later than two months after the commencement of employment containing certain particulars in relation to his or her employment. One of the particulars which must be furnished is the place of work of the employee or alternatively a statement specifying that the employee is required or permitted to work at various places.

In addition to specifying the place of work an employer may seek to incorporate an express relocation or mobility clause in the employee’s contract. Such clauses would typically entitle the employer to relocate or

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