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# Employment Law

This month
May 2024
Opinion: Unions matter, and we need them more now than ever
Marie Sherlock
This year
2024
Ciaran Mullooly: RTÉ told staff to take our medicine because we were all equal - that was wrong
Ciaran Mullooly
Last year
2023
Housing crisis: Rise in Irish tech firms using 'employer of record' companies to hire staff abroad
Opinion: Shared maternity and paternity leave rights could end discrimination against working mothers
Damien McCarthy
Lawyer: 'The justifications for many redundancies in Ireland are getting thinner and thinner'
Ciarán Ahern
All time
'I had to protect my staff' — Government green list could cause workplace disputes, expert says
Opinion: 'Reopening your business today? Here's the legal advice you need to know'
Jason O'Sullivan
Covid-19: Employment law expert warns of deluge of back-to-work disputes after shutdown
Brown Bag Films wants 'less restrictive' foreign worker rules as it struggles to find EU staff
FactCheck: Is secondary picketing actually illegal?
Cork Mayor hits out at accusation that local politicians were "used as pawns" by airline
Ryanair to appeal French court ruling which fined airline €8 million
Wexford General Hospital spends €1.4 million on one legal case
Irish workplaces need 'anger management therapy' to resolve problems - survey
75 per cent of women in Ireland feel they have experienced sexism in the workplace - research
Massive increase in number of people seeking advice over debt in past three years