Employment law looks set to change

Compliance with employment law in Ireland is a complex and arduous task for businesses, large and small.

9th March, 2014

Compliance with employment law in Ireland is a complex and arduous task for businesses, large and small. Employment law is constantly changing as a result of the decisions of various institutions tasked with adjudicating on employment matters.

These include the Labour Relations Commission (LRC), Labour Relations Court, Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT), and Health and Safety Authority among others.

Legislation in relation to the financial management of employees, including pay and taxation, is also subject to...

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