Welcome to our Autumn edition of “Keeping In Touch” – September 2014

Keeping In Touch – Autumn 2014

In this issue we deal with a number of employment, personal injury and taxation issues which hopefully those reading this newsletter will find interesting.

Topics covered in this issue include

  • Transfer of Undertaking Regulations
  • Why a company needs a handbook
  • CCTV recordings in the workplace
  • Data Protection Act – S.I. 337 and 338 of 2014.
  • Employed –v- Self-Employed Status
  • A number of articles on Unfair Dismissal cases
  • Filing claims – before the EAT- the Brady and Bohemian Football Club EAT decision considered.
  • Rights of mothers who are breastfeeding
  • Dealing with Data Protection requests
  • Protected Disclosures Act 2014- Protection for Whistleblowers in Irish Law
  • Time Limits for Payment of Wages claims
  • Holiday pay issues for employers and employees
  • What is a Sunday premium in light of recent Labour Court rulings
  • What is a “leave year” for Working Time purposes
  • Zero Hour contract
  • Using mobile phones while driving – an employer’s liability
  • Discrimination arising from pre-employment medicals
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Dress codes and issues which can arise for employers – The Conchita Wurst scenario
  • The challenges of Regulatory requirements and Employment Law contradictions
  • Claiming from the Insolvency Fund
  • When does the EU Charter of Rights apply
  • Fatal Injury claims
  • An article on how the Social Welfare and Pensions Act 2013 has from 1 August 2014 radically transformed Personal Injury cases
  • Claiming compensation as a victim of crime
  • New tax deductions and regulatory requirements for employers
  • Claiming for medical and dental bills
  • The Workplace Relations Bill 2014
  • Employment Permits (Amendment) Act 2014.

 

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