If you are having a problem at work that cannot be resolved internally, and it has reached the stage where you are looking for legal advice, then it is likely you have a decision to make about how to deal with the problem.
At this stage you may not know how to proceed forward, and there are many things to consider. To be able to make such a decision, it is useful to understand the law, be empowered by knowing ones legal rights relevant to the facts, and to also consider then what is the end goal for the person, or what is the best solution in the circumstances.
We can assist the individual by listening to the issue at hand and outlining practical solutions and legal remedy options that may be available.
Employment Law Information Posts
- Unfair Dismissal actions
- Protected Disclosures
- Constructive Dismissals actions
- Redundancies actions
- Bullying & Harassment actions
- Discrimination actions
- Deduction of Wages
- Dyslexia Discrimination
- Discrimination in the Workplace
- Age Discrimination in the Workplace
- Dismissal for Gross Misconduct
- Annual Leave Entitlement
- Dismissal for Ill-Health
- Calculating Loss in Unfair Dismissal Actions
- Dismissed during Probation
- Disability Discrimination at Work
- Employee Duty to Mitigate Loss
- Dismissed during Probation
- Employee Verbal Warning Appeal
- Employer Delays Bullying Investigation
- Epilepsy Discrimination in the Workplace
- Fairness in Disciplinary Meetings
- Filling out Workplace Relations Complaint Form
- Fixed-Term Employee & Pregnancy Dismissal
- Fixing Retirement Ages
- Employment Discrimination
- Gardai & Employment Disputes
- Grievance Procedures & Constructive Dismissal
- Guide for Employees in Redundancy Selection Process
- Harassment in the Workplace
- Maternity Leave & Salary
- New Postponement Guidelines WRC
- Legal Representation at Disciplinary Hearings
- Part-Time Workers
- Plumbers & Pipefitters
- Preemptory Dismissal
- Pregnancy related Discrimination
- Pregnancy related Unfair Dismissal
- Proving Fairness in Unfair Dismissal Actions
- Race Discrimination in the Workplace
- Red Circling Defence
- Redundancy & Maternity Leave
- Redundancy Guide Ireland
- Redundancy Legal Action
- Retirement Ages & Discrimination
- Sick Leave & Covid-19
- Sick Leave & Dismissal
- Statutory Break Entitlements
- Time Limits – Cases
- Student Discrimination
- Terms of Employment 5 Day Rule
- Disciplinary Meetings
- Transfer of Undertakings
- Unfair Dismissal
- Unfair Dismissal & Gross Misconduct
- Unfair Dismissal – Dismissal in Dispute
- Workplace Statutory Rest Periods
- Workplace Investigations
- Workplace Relations Commission
- Employment Notice Periods
- 3 Ingredients to Prove Workplace Victimization
- Christmas Bonus for Employees
- Covid-19 Force Majeure Leave
- Covid-19 Redundancy
- Defence to Disability Equality Claim
- Discrimination – Gender & Family Status ground
- Discrimination on a Licensed Premises
- Educational Establishment & Discrimination
- Employers Guide to Defending Unfair Dismissal Claims
- Legal Advice & Settlement Agreements
- Not Mitigating Loss
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Kieran Cleary and Roger Cleary can help with questions you have regarding employment law and what can be done regarding workplace disputes in offices in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary or Dublin 7. If instructed we will act in your best interests to secure whats agreed.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is constructive dismissal Ireland ?
It occurs where the employee is forced to resign in intolerable workplace circumstances wherein the conduct of the employer has become intolerable and the employee has no alternative but to leave the employment. As the resignation was not truly voluntary, it is in effect a termination.
What is employment legislation in Ireland ?
There is a huge body of employment law in Ireland related legislation, such as the following examples:
- Unfair Dismissals Acts
- Payment of Wages Act
- Maternity Protection Acts
- Employment Equality Acts
- Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act
- Organisation of Working Time Act
- Redundancy Payments Acts
Do I need a solicitor for unfair dismissal ?
No you don’t. It is simply a decision you have to make based on if you perceive there is value in obtaining a solicitor or not for a case. If you perceive there is no value in it, like in any service, you won’t want to obtain such a service.
You can obviously ask a solicitor what specifically their service involves and ascertain their experience for such cases, which may assist you making the decision.
Please be advised that the above-mentioned material is intended as an overview and as a broad out-line of the topic discussed. It should not be considered as complete and comprehensive legal advice, nor act as an appropriate substitute. Legal advice should be obtained from a solicitor prior to relying on anything in this article.
Due care has been taken in the publication of this article and we do not accept legal liability as a result of reliance on any material covered in the above article.