Employment Law

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Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates responds to reports about a job advertisement published by a UK celebrity chef. When it comes to dysfunctional industries, sometimes what comes out of the restaurant industry is so amazing that you would not believe it actual

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The general scheme of a bill to "modernise" the employment permits system to make the system "more agile and easier to modify" has been published. The Employment Permits (Consolidation and Amendment) Bill 2019 will take forward recommendations of a review of economic migration policy commissioned by

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Barry Walsh, partner and head of employment at Fieldfisher, considers employees' right to accompaniment or representation in internal company processes. A recent piece in the Law Society Gazette reported on how an employee involved a redundancy consultation process in New Zealand brought a clown (th

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A former mushroom farm worker who worked more than 80 hours per week has been awarded €21,400 by the Labour Court. Ana Lacramoiara Manciu, 30, brought the case with support from the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) and A&L Goodbody.

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Draft legislation providing for two weeks' paid parent's leave for each working parent of a child has been published. Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan said up to 60,000 people could benefit within a year from the scheme, which he hopes to roll out by the start of November.

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