EMPLOYMENT LAW

Client-centred, professional,  cost-effective services

We represent employers and employees in the areas of Unfair Dismissal, Bullying, Stress in the Workplace and compliance with Employment Legislation.

The law in relation to employment has changed dramatically in the last number of years when Ireland’s membership of the European Union gave rise to additional employee rights and employer obligations. We have the necessary experience and knowledge to advise our clients in relation to employment issues from both an Employer and Employee perspective. We represent clients before the Workplace Relations Commission, Labour Court and the Civil Courts.

Employment law issues which arise and where we provide advice include:-

  • Work-related Stress Issues
  • Avoiding and Managing Risk
  • Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures
  • Bullying and Harassment at Work
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Unfair Dismissals
  • Redundancy Issues
  • Employment Contracts
  • Employment Handbooks
  • Equal Employment Opportunities
  • Human Resource Procedures
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Reviewing Employment Policies
  • Statutory Obligations
  • Termination of Employment Contracts
  • Transfer of Undertaking

We have also represented clients before their professional bodies to include Fitness to Practice Committees in the Nursing Midwifery Board of Ireland and Medical Council of Ireland.

  • Sick Pay
  • Termination / Compromise / Severance Agreement
  • Minimum Notice
  • Maternity Leave
  • Data Protection
  • Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Organisation of Working Time
  • Discrimination
  • Injunctions

HILARY O’CONNOR

Hilary O’Connor graduated with an LLB (Hons) Bachelor of Law Degree in 2000 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2005. She joined Maurice Leahy Wade in 2008 after three years in general practice in County Mayo.

hilary@leahywade.ie

 

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on (01) 840 6505 / (01) 840 6579 / (01) 840 1134 

 

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