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Redmond on Dismissal Law 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9781780434988
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781845922993
To be Published: October 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional (Ireland)
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £188.00



Redmond on Dismissal Law, 3rd edition (previous edition titled: Dismissal Law in Ireland) explains the workings of dismissal law (wrongful and unfair) and details the introduction of the new Workplace Relations Commission.

The Irish Government’s Workplace Relations Reform Programme delivered a twotier Workplace Relations structure by merging the activities of the National Employment Rights Authority, the Labour Relations Commission, the Equality Tribunal and the first instance functions of the Labour Court and the Employment Appeals Tribunal into a new Body of First Instance, the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). The WRC provides a single portal of entry for all employment and equality related information requests, and employment and equality rights complaints and referrals. It also plays a key role in encouraging employers and employees to resolve issues at workplace level thereby reducing the number of cases going forward for inspection or adjudication. The book is useful to both practitioners and students in detailing how the law works and how the new system works. The book covers all relevant legislation, including the many amendments to the Unfair Dismissals Act 1977, and it provides expert guidance for employers and employees on their respective rights and legal obligations regarding termination of employment under the common law as well as unfair dismissals legislation.

Includes coverage of the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2012, the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2015 and Workplace Relations Act 2015.

Subjects:
Irish Law
Contents:
Part A: Historical Development

Part B: Wrongful Dismissal: Wrongful Dismissal
Identifying the Nature of Employment
Termination with or without Notice
Limitations in the Contract
Effect of Breach on Concept of Termination
Constitutional Justice
The Constitution and Dismissal
Judicial Review
Specific Performance, Injunctions and Declarations
Damages and Ordinary Employees

Part C: Unfair Dismissal: Statutory Unfair Dismissal
Reasonableness and the Employer’s Role
Involvement in Proceedings: Age
Pregnancy and Maternity
Capability, Competence or Qualifications
Conduct
Redundancy
Other Substantial Grounds
Constructive Dismissal
Collective Aspects of Unfair Dismissal
Fact and Date of Dismissal
Express Qualifications and Exclusions
Remedies for Unfair Dismissal
Procedural Aspects of Unfair Dismissal.