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#Employment Law

# employment-law - Saturday 18 July, 2020

'I had to protect my staff' — Government green list could cause workplace disputes, expert says

Workers returning from abroad might still be asked by their employer to restrict their movements.

# employment-law - Monday 29 June, 2020

Opinion: 'Reopening your business today? Here's the legal advice you need to know'

Solicitor Jason O’Sullivan outlines all the practical steps businesses should have taken ahead of today’s reopening.

# employment-law - Tuesday 12 May, 2020

Covid-19: Employment law expert warns of deluge of back-to-work disputes after shutdown

Solicitor Richard Grogan says that workers and employers will have to be flexible.

# employment-law - Monday 29 October, 2018

Brown Bag Films wants 'less restrictive' foreign worker rules as it struggles to find EU staff

The Irish animation studio joined other employers in calling for an overhaul of existing permits.

# employment-law - Friday 7 April, 2017

FactCheck: Is secondary picketing actually illegal?

We test a claim that spread widely after last Friday’s actions by some Bus Éireann workers.

# employment-law - Friday 20 May, 2016

Cork Mayor hits out at accusation that local politicians were "used as pawns" by airline

Plans had been in place for a service to operated between Cork and Boston by Norwegian Air International from May of this year.

# employment-law - Wednesday 2 October, 2013

Ryanair to appeal French court ruling which fined airline €8 million

The court found that Ryanair had illegally registered workers working form Marseilles as Irish workers but the company insisted it is within EU laws.

# employment-law - Friday 16 November, 2012

Wexford General Hospital spends €1.4 million on one legal case

The fees are for one ongoing employment case and have to be covered by the hospital’s budget.

# employment-law - Wednesday 24 October, 2012

Irish workplaces need 'anger management therapy' to resolve problems - survey

A new survey shows 79 per cent of Irish employees get angry at slacking co-workers, while 73 per cent believe management do not listen to their concerns.

# employment-law - Thursday 14 June, 2012

75 per cent of women in Ireland feel they have experienced sexism in the workplace - research

A new survey suggests a “glass ceiling” may still hold women back in the workplace.

# employment-law - Thursday 2 June, 2011

Massive increase in number of people seeking advice over debt in past three years

The Free Legal Advice Centre says there has been a 400 per cent increase in debt queries in the last three years with a 45 per cent rise in the last year alone.