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Employment Law in Ireland

ISBN13: 9781905536269
Published: January 2010
Publisher: Clarus Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £154.00

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Employment Law in Ireland is a new book which provides a comprehensive account of this increasingly complex area of law.

Employment law is a rapidly expanding and increasingly important aspect of Irish legal practice. Significantly influenced and informed by developments at European Union level and by various Constitutional imperatives, it is composed not only of a complex body of legislation and case law, but also of determinations from specialist tribunals such as the Labour Court, the Employment Appeals Tribunal and the Equality Tribunal.

In the authors draw together the various strands and sources of employment law as it applies in Ireland into a coherent framework. All aspects of employment law are considered, ranging from the legal concerns that apply before an employment contract is signed, to the various entitlements and obligations of employer and employee while the contract is ongoing, to the relevant legal framework governing the circumstances in which an employment relationship is terminated.

Irish Law
PART I Introduction to Employment Law
Industrial relations
PART II The Nature of the Employment Relationship
Status of the Worker
Terms of the Employment Relationship
Atypical workers
Rules relating to Migrant Workers
PART III Employment Equality
Introductory Matters
The Discriminatory Grounds
Equal Pay
Harassment & Victimisation
Procedural Matters
PART IV The Operation of the Employment Relationship
Working time
Leave issues
Information and Consultation with employees
Health and safety
Stress and bullying in the Workplace
Privacy and Employment
PART V The Breakdown of the Employment Relationship
Disciplinary Proceedings
Termination of the Employment Relationship
Unfair Dismissals
Transfer of undertakings and employer insolvency
Employment Injunctions ;