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3 frequent mistakes employees make regarding their rights in the workplace

Are you an employee? Have you a problem or issue regarding your employment? I receive a large number of queries from employees every day of every week and I notice the same sort of mistake being repeatedly made from employees at all levels of an organisation. These mistakes are understandable, but avoidable, and in this …

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Implied Terms of Employment in the Employment Contract-What You Should Know

When a contract of employment is being drawn up it is impossible to provide for every eventuality in the work relationship between employer and employee. For this reason certain terms of employment will be implied into the contract, and together with the express terms set out in the contract, form the contract of employment. What …

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The Terms of Employment (Information) Act, 1994-What Employers and Employees Should Know

Are you an employer? Have you given your employees written statements in accordance with the Terms of Employment (Information) Act, 1994? You should, you know. Are you an employee? Did you receive a written contract? If you didn’t, you are entitled to one. Terms of Employment (Information) Act, 1994 The Terms of Employment (Information) act, …

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Employers: Here’s the 1 Thing You Need to Get Right for Your Employees

Are you an employer? If you are there are many ways you can fall foul of employment legislation in Ireland. Because there is a huge body of law covering the employment relationship, including common law, statute/legislation, regulations/directives emanating from Europe. If I was asked what was the one thing you should do to protect yourself …

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