Employment law is a critical part of business and has become increasingly complex in recent years. The employer/employee relationship in Ireland is heavily regulated by contract law, judicial precedent, domestic legislation and European Union directives, each conferring different rights and obligations on employers and employees alike.
Significant changes to the dispute resolution landscape have occurred since the establishment of the Workplace Relations Commission who are now responsible for the inspection of employment rights compliance, the issuing of compliance notices and the initiation of prosecutions against offending employers.
Failure to comply with legislation can be time consuming and costly – both financially and reputationally. With the Irish economy steadily improving, employers have a renewed focus on getting the best from their staff and compliance in this critical area of business is key.
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