Friday December 13, 2019

Where Irish and British employment law differs

2nd June, 2019
Patrick Walshe, partner and employment law expert at Philip Lee

Brexit continues to dominate the headlines and is likely to do so for the foreseeable future. It is significant for many facets of Irish society, but one interesting question arises in relation to Irish employment law.

While exact statistics are unavailable, it appears that an increasing number of British businesses are setting up operations in Ireland.

There may not yet be wholesale movement of individual workers, but there’s enough of a trend to justify British...

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