Employment

Will employer investigations now become like mini legal proceedings?

The recent High Court judgment in Lyons v Longford & Westmeath ETB [2017] IEHC 272 has ...

The recent High Court judgment in Lyons v Longford & Westmeath ETB [2 ...

The recent High Court judgment in Lyon ...

Reassigning Roles: The Importance of Flexibility Clauses in Contracts of Employment

Last week McDowell Purcell’s Employment Law team hosted a session on drafting and variat ...

Last week McDowell Purcell’s Employment Law team hosted a session on dr ...

Last week McDowell Purcell’s Employm ...

Filing of statutory employment claims on time – an hour too late may still be too late!

One of the key principles in any effective legal system is certainty, which is why precise ...

One of the key principles in any effective legal system is certainty, whi ...

One of the key principles in any effec ...

Removal of Degree Classification from Job Specifications – the Latest Trends

A number of larger employers in the UK, and further afield, such as Nestle are making the ...

A number of larger employers in the UK, and further afield, such as Nestl ...

A number of larger employers in the UK ...

Disabled employee awarded €7,500 after recordings of him shared for colleagues’ merriment

In a recent decision by the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”), the Irish-owned Mr ...

In a recent decision by the Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”), t ...

In a recent decision by the Workplace ...

Remember your Retirement Clause – Labour Court upholds claim of age discrimination by barman forced to retire.

There is a significant body of case law under Irish law regarding the validity of contract ...

There is a significant body of case law under Irish law regarding the val ...

There is a significant body of case la ...