Employment Law

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Specialist employment law practice CC Solicitors has announced the appointment of Claire Dawson as partner in the firm. Ms Dawson is the second partner to join the Dublin-based firm this year, following the promotion of Regan O'Driscoll to partner in February.

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An employer which dismissed a man because of his dyspraxia has been ordered to pay €15,000 in compensation, the equivalent of 18 months' pay. The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) ruled against Sky Handling Partner Ltd in the case brought by former employee Stephen Dunne with support from th

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New websites for the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) and the Labour Court have been launched. The redesigned WRC website was developed with the help of key stakeholders through focus groups, testing and surveys, informed by data about what parts of the old site visitors accessed most frequently

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Eight additional weeks of parental leave will be introduced on a phased basis after the Seanad approved Government amendments to the Parental Leave (Amendment) Bill 2017. The private member's bill, introduced by Social Democrats TDs Roisin Shortall and Catherine Murphy, seeks to amend the Parental L

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Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on a case concerning the dismissal of an employee involved in criminal activity. In case ADJ13353, the Adjudication Officer quoted the case of Crowe v An Post [2016] ELR 93 and the book Redmond on Dismissal Law, edited

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The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) experienced its busiest year yet in 2018, with a 20 per cent increase in number of hearings and almost twice as many face-to-face mediations than the year before, new figures reveal. The figures are set out in the WRC's annual report for 2018, the fourth repo

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Legislation requiring employers to publish details of the gender pay gap in their workforce has been published. The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill has been presented to the Dáil, where it now awaits second stage.

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