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Coronavirus Contingency Planning for The Workplace In Ireland

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 03/03/2020 As many countries, including Ireland, are stepping up preparations in the event that the Coronavirus outbreak continues to unfold, in this update, we look at the preparations that employers in Ireland should be making and answer some of the key questions around pay and benefits if more aggressive c...
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Health and Safety Policies and Procedures Coronavirus/Covid-19
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In Brief: Important Updates from February 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 02/03/2020 A number of useful articles were added to the Legal Island Employment Law Hub throughout the months of January and February. Here is a quick recap of some of the recent developments within the employment law sphere: The team at A&L Goodbody answer your questions in relation to Legal Representat...
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Mandatory Retirement Ages In Ireland: Analysis Of Latest Irish Age Discrimination Case

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 25/02/2020 Summary In early January 2020, the Workplace Relations Commission (the "WRC") ordered the Irish State broadcaster, RTÉ, to pay €100,000 to a former employee following a finding that the employer had discriminated against the former employee on the grounds of age by refusing to permit her to work be...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Data Protection in the Workplace – What you need to know in 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 25/02/2020 In the past two years since the GDPR became law, we have published dozens and dozens of news items on data protection developments in Ireland – mainly in our fortnightly review of developments’ emails we send out every other Friday. Here is a list of updates so far from 2020: Data Protection Commis...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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HR in 90 Seconds - February 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 19/02/2020 Finally, we have welcomed February after what felt like 99 days of January…there were lots of good things in January 2020 for us to look at! Irish Employment Law Updates with A&L Goodbody and RDJ - we take a look at the top takeaways. Are you supporting Carers within your organisation? Managin...
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Ryanair DAC V Bellew – What Does This Decision Mean For Restrictive Covenants In Ireland?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 11/02/2020 Breda O’Malley and Niamh Cassidy examine the recent High Court decision in the Ryanair DAC v Peter Bellew case. The judgment is attached here. Ryanair lost its application to the High Court, to compel Mr Bellew to comply with the restrictive covenants in his employment contract. Notwithstanding t...
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Contracts of Employment
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In Brief: Important Updates from January 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 03/02/2020 This month’s 'In Brief' is a common law catch up. It can be hard to keep up to date with case law developments – it’s all too easy to miss an important decision that has major implications for employers and employees. For this very reason we decided to compile a list of some of the most interesting...
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HR in 90 Seconds - January 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 23/01/2020 Welcome to the first HR in 90 of 2020. We hope you all had a restful break over the holidays and have come back full of resolutions for the new year! Personally, I didn’t make any resolutions as I really don’t have the willpower or mindset to adhere to them. Caroline McEnery from the HR Suite di...
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Round Up: Key Employment Law Developments in Ireland 2019

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 15/01/2020 2019 was still a big year for employment developments. Here are the big stories we think are worth returning to that should matter to most employers in Ireland. Full details of these and thousands more are available on the Irish Employment Law Hub: Government gave approval to revise the draft Schem...
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European Employee Fora and European Works Councils relocating to Ireland in anticipation of Brexit

Posted in: Supplementary Articles ROI on 07/01/2020 In preparation for the ever-looming Brexit, which is currently due to happen on the 31 January this year, many European Employee Fora and European Works Councils (“EWCs”) situated in the UK are reconsidering their location and looking to Ireland as their new hub. Due to the ambiguity and insecurity...
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Collective and Trade Union Issues