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Arthur Cox and International Employment Lawyer: Guide to Workplace Investigations
Government Issues Interim Guidance on the Handling of Reports Made Under the New Protected Disclosures Regime
New leave for medical care purposes and flexible working arrangements for carers are to be introduced later this year
Employer Alert: Employers have until 1 January 2023 to comply with the Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022
Arthur Cox contributes to Mondaq’s ESG Guide
Arthur Cox contributes to Mondaq’s Labour and Employment Guide
Lexology Getting the Deal Through: Labour & Employment 2022
Statutory Sick Leave Scheme Becomes Law
Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Bill 2022 goes to the President to be signed into law
Employer Alert: Government publishes long-awaited gender pay gap reporting regulations
Employer Alert: Government publishes additional guidance for employers on gender pay gap reporting
Government publishes the Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Bill: Employers should act now
Right to request remote working is on the way
Employer Alert: Introduction of statutory sick pay scheme one step closer
COVID-19: Employer Alert – Government announces new special redundancy payment
Transfer of Employees – the Labour Court reaffirms core principles
Updated Revenue Guidance on the Tax Treatment of Out of Court Settlements in Employment Claims
Daly v Nano Nagle School: Landmark Supreme Court Decision on Reasonable Accommodation
European Court of Justice – Reducing severance payments to reflect period of parental or maternity leave constitutes indirect sex discrimination
Protected Disclosures: Is disclosure related penalisation, which occurs before disclosure is made, prohibited?
Employers required to consider whether factors other than the seriousness of allegations justify suspension
Springing into act: Preventing confidential information being used by former employee
Labour Court rules no penalisation where dismissal of whistleblower is “wholly unrelated” to disclosures made
Till death (or retirement) do us part: Entitlement to long-term disability benefits until retirement age or death
Labour Court upholds finding that forced retirement was discriminatory dismissal
Step Plan to Tackling Banded Hours Requests under the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018
Employer discriminated against employee by asking her to keep her sexuality a secret
You raise me up, so I can… sue my employer?
Disciplinary Processes – What Not To Do!
UK EAT concludes that bad leaver provisions were neither unconscionable nor a penalty clause
Labour Court re-affirms that different treatment does not necessarily mean less favourable treatment
Equality in the workplace – Can employers prefer interviewees with ‘protected characteristics’?
When will a shop steward’s actions be trade union activities and when will they be something else?
Workplace Dispute Resolution in Ireland – Is it time for change?
Kerins Decision: A Cautionary Tale for Employers
What your employer knows may hurt you: less favourable treatment by an employer, on the basis of employer’s religious belief, does not establish direct discrimination
Government’s Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 published
Immigration Update: Government eases restrictions on non-EEA workers in the construction and sports industries
All reasons will be considered when deciding if TUPE transfer is the sole or principal reason for the dismissal
Enforcement of Post-Termination Restrictive Covenants at Injunction Stage is a Balancing Act
Consideration of the Burden of Proof in Direct Discrimination Cases
Lacking a disability proves a bar to bringing a disability discrimination claim
Lecturer with ‘non-PC’ views not protected by UK employment equality legislation
Covert Monitoring of Employees and the Right to Privacy under Article 8 ECHR: Can these two be reconciled?
Employers’ obligations in respect of employees’ personal data – Two cases offer some clarity
Fair procedures are required when dismissing an employee during probation
Refusal to supply “Support Gay Marriage” cake not discriminatory