Saturday June 6, 2020

Safeguarding workers and employers in the new workplace

The employment-law sector is suddenly negotiating a totally new set of issues arising from Covid-19

17th May, 2020
Michele O’Boyle, solicitor and President of the Law Society of Ireland, says many firms are seeking legal help for virus

Employment law has emerged as one of the busier areas of legal practice during this crisis. That’s according to Michele O’Boyle, solicitor and President of the Law Society of Ireland, who said the impact of Covid-19 on employers and employees – and work as we know it – had been profound.

“Companies with five employees and a workforce of thousands alike, across all sectors, are working more closely than ever before...

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