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May 2021 Newsletter

Employment Law
Workplace Relations Commission’s Annual Report ...

The Workplace Relations Commission published its Annual Report 2020 in late April and, like most Irish Organisations, it highlights the impact Covid-19 has had on its services as well as the impact on the calls and complaints it dealt with last year.

Industrial Relations
Supreme Court rejects challenge to...

Last month, the Supreme Court rejected a legal challenge to the constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission. The finding stated that the WRC’s power to adjudicate disputes between employers and employees “does not offend the Constitution”.

Future of Work – what does it mean for...

We recently hosted our Annual Conference – Navigating the Future of Work – where we shared our insights and learnings about what Organisations can expect and how best prepare. One thing was clear, accelerated by the pandemic, the Future of Work is here and is touching everything from changing business models and processes to how we are developing as a society.

Case Law
Case Law - Reviewed

  • Adjudicator recommends compensating Employee €5,000 for relocating Employee without prior consultation

  • Adjudicator recommends for Employer to pay Employee an allowance in recognition of the additional responsibilities the worker undertook

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