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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 8/1/2021

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 08/01/2021 Welcome back everyone and a Happy New Year to all our readers. It can't be much worse than last year, can it? Not a great start, mind you. Here's what you've missed since our last bulletin in December: The WRC is undertaking a public consultation with a view to drafting a Code of Practice on the "...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 18/12/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18/12/2020 Welcome to the final weekly update of the year. And what a year it's been, almost nothing of note happened. Dull, dull, dull. Let's hope for more action in 2021. Take care, everyone. See you next year. This week's top stories: Our case review this week highlights the importance of following fair d...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 11/12/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 11/12/2020 This week's top stories: Do you remember the 2017 Review of the Administration of Civil Justice? The report has now been published. Plans to reform personal injury awards and other insurance matters have been announced. The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath TD has secured ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/12/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 04/12/2020 This week's top stories: Are you having a staff Christmas Party or event - virtual or otherwise? Join Caroline McEnery of the HR Suite in our free webinar on Monday, when she discusses Christmas treats and employer nightmares. The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Var...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 27/11/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 27/11/2020 Before we get to the main stories, we'd just like to thank all the hundreds of delegates and dozens of speakers, along with sponsors and exhibitors, who made this week's online annual review of employment law such an outstanding success. The levels of audience participation and engagement were incr...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 20/11/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20/11/2020 This week's top stories: In our Case Law review this week, the Labour Court awards €25k compensation for a procedurally unfair dismissal, notwithstanding the Court found valid grounds for the complainant's suspension. The CIPD has published their 'hackathon' research to answer the question – what ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 13/11/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 13/11/2020 This week's top stories: The WRC is recruiting for Adjudication Officers. Go on - you know you want to apply. Our case review this week is on a WRC Adjudication Officer decision to award a Special Needs Assistant €10k for a procedurally flawed unfair dismissal. The Company Christmas party is such ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 6/11/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 06/11/2020 This week's top stories: On Wednesday, we officially launched 'Reasonable Adjustments for Disabilities - a Guide for Employers' at our NI annual review of employment law. If you'd like to know what UK courts consider to be the equivalent of reasonable accommodation in this jurisdiction, check it o...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 30/10/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 30/10/2020 This week's top stories: In our case law review this week, an employee is awarded €15,000 after a racial slur and a further €1600 for the employer's breaches of the OWTA. The Oireachtas committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment agreed to include the topic of a four-day week in its draft progr...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 23/10/2020

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23/10/2020 This week's top stories: In our case review this week a groom was unfairly dismissed when her employer terminated her contract without any recourse to procedures. Tune in for the next instalment of the Diversity and Inclusion Forum on the 30th October at 3.30pm, as Barry Philips has five people ta...