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Redundancy and unfair selection for redundancy

It is important in considering a redundancy situation and in particular where one or a number of employees is to be selected for redundancy out of a larger group of employees all engaged for the same purpose that a thorough … Continue reading

“Part-time Staff can’t afford to work more than 20 hours per week!”

It is nearly true to say now that Ireland’s social welfare system is in a complete diabolical state. The latest headline to reach the Sunday paper is “Part-time staff ‘can’t afford’ to work more hours” and this proves my opening … Continue reading

Have you been the victim of an unfair dismissal or has your employment been terminated in an unfair or unjust manner?

Is your employer treating you in such a way as to make your position untenable which could lead to Constructive dismissal? Have you been unfairly selected for redundancy while others who arrived to the company after you, or who are … Continue reading

Constructive Dismissals – Information & Advice

Constructive dismissal is defined in section 1 of the Unfair Dismissal Act 1977 as: “the termination by the employee of his contract of employment with his employer whether prior notice of the termination was or was not given to the … Continue reading

Mediating Employment Disputes…

In the current economy, more individuals and companies are hoping to reduce costs and increase settlement options while resolving employment disputes. Both employees and employers are looking for ways to keep expenses to a minimum while maintaining the integrity of … Continue reading

Absenteeism Costs small Business €563 million per annum…

A new report just published by the Small Firms Association has shown that absenteeism in Ireland costs small firms some €563 million per annum. The study conducted by the Small Firms Association was conducted throughout Ireland and covered all sectors … Continue reading

Do you have to accept a Pay Cut?

Glen Dimplex Boss Sean O’ Driscoll – calls for five year pay freeze… In the news this week, Sean O’ Driscoll the manager of one of Irelands leading manufacturing companies stated that a five year pay freeze is needed in … Continue reading

Irish Employees cost economy €700m every year on social networking while at work

On Thursday, Ireland’s most popular recruitment website irishjobs.ie published the results of a survey which they carried out in order to discover the true cost of social networking sites to the Irish economy. The results in my opinion were no … Continue reading

Be careful you don’t get screwed…But let’s not over-react to the Minimum Wage reduction.

There’s been a lot of commentary about the minimum wage over the last week ever since the announcement that the minimum wage is to be reduced as part of the four year plan. People are suggesting that this is a … Continue reading