"This book presents and evalutes the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law.
Author: Mary Faulkner
This edition of the bestselling comprehensive textbook on Irish labour law has been fully updated and revised to reflect all the major legislative and case law changes in labour law in Ireland. New developments include: reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations Act 2015; Protected Disclosures Act 2014 on workplace whistleblowing; landmark CJEU case (Achbita) on employees wearing visible political or religious symbols while at work; the Uber case and the definition of 'employee'; developments in the law on employment permits; mandatory retirement ages; recent Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, and High Court decisions; and more. Essentials of Irish Labour Law, Third Edition provides an historical context to labour law with particular reference to the Constitution, EU law, common law, international conventions, the labour market, and unions. This book examines the various legal structures and regulatory frameworks-domestic and European-that underpin determinations and decisions made in relation to labour law. It presents and evaluates the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law. Issues such as safety, health and welfare at work, equality legislation and terms and conditions of employment legislation are detailed throughout the text. [Subject: Irish Law, Labor Law]
New to this edition: Reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations (Law Reform) Bill 2012 Landmark case John Grace Fried Chicken Ltd on the unconstitutionality of JLCs Hussein case on employment ...
Author: Mary Faulkner (Barrister-at-law)
Publisher: Gill Education
Updated edition of this bestselling comprehensive textbook on Irish labour law, which reflects all the major legislative and case law changes in this area since 2008. New to this edition: Reforms of the State's industrial relations structures under the Workplace Relations (Law Reform) Bill 2012 Landmark case John Grace Fried Chicken Ltd on the unconstitutionality of JLCs Hussein case on employment permits and legal contracts New developments in the law on bullying and harassment, including corporate bullying in Kelly v Bon Secours Health Systems Ltd Employment injunctions EU Directives, including the Directive on Temporary Agency Workers and the Protection of Employees (Temporary Agency Work) Act 2012 Recent Supreme Court and High Court decisions. Provides a historical context to labour law with particular reference to the Constitution, EU law, common law, international conventions, the labour market and unions. Examines the various legal structures and regulatory frameworks - domestic, European and international - that underpin determinations and decisions made in relation to labour law. Presents and evaluates the nature of employment contracts, conditions of employment, and termination of employment with details of legislation and relevant recent case law. Safety, health and welfare at work, equality legislation and terms and conditions of employment legislation are detailed throughout the text. Written For: Students of law and for those taking labour law as part of a non-law programme. People working in HR, IR or employee representative function.
This text is an introduction to Irish business law for students sitting examinations in third level colleges and professional institutions.
Author: Áine Keenan
This text is an introduction to Irish business law for students sitting examinations in third level colleges and professional institutions. This edition is accompanied by updated exam questions from professional bodies, and includes legislation in the area of Employment Law and Irish Case Law.
Written in Understandable LanguageIf you are looking for a text book on employment law in Ireland, this is not for you. This is not an academic work.
Author: Terry Gorry
Are you an employer worried about employment related claims by employees? Are you an employee whose rights are being infringed or ignored? Employment law can be confusing for both employers and employees alike. There is a huge amount of rules, regulations, laws, directives, case law concerning employment law in Ireland.Even with the best will in the world, it is easy to do the wrong thing. To make a mistake. "Employment Law in Ireland-A Plain English Guide for Employers and Employees" can help because it can save you time and money. And it can reduce the doubts in your mind about your situation.> For Employers and Employees If you are an employer it can save you the expense of defending and perhaps losing a costly claim by an employee. If you are an employee it can help you obtain your employment rights and eliminate the stress of not knowing where you stand. Because it explains what your obligations are as an employer, and what your rights are as an employee. Wide Range of Topics CoveredTopics such as unfair dismissal, redundancy, the employment contract, health and safety, what policies and procedures should be in place in the workplace, equality and discrimination, holiday entitlements, part time and fixed term workers' rights, rest periods and breaks, data protection, TUPE (transfer of undertakings) regulations, temporary agency workers, young persons in work, performance improvement plans disciplinary procedure-step by step NERA and how they operate, intoxicants in the workplace, maternity leave, other leave entitlements, payment of wages, and more are explained in easy to understand language. Employers are understandably worried about costly claims for unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, discrimination, unfair selection for redundancy.This book helps avoid such claims by explaining the correct steps to take to prevent claims and what the employers' obligations are. Many employees too are unsure about their employment rights and are badly treated in the workplace. They have experienced the sick feeling in the pit of their stomach going into work everyday and not knowing whether there is anything that they can do about their treatment. This book aims to give peace of mind and reduce stress for both employers and employees. It also explains the essential terms that should be included in the employment contract and why 80% of cases for unfair dismissal are lost. And it is written by a practicing solicitor who has been an employer in Ireland since 1986. Written in Understandable Language If you are looking for a text book on employment law in Ireland, this is not for you. This is not an academic work. If you are looking for a straightforward reference guide to refer to on a daily basis in the workplace, this book should suit you just fine. Other Topics Other topics covered include the forums for redress of your employment rights, working time, internships in the workplace and what can go wrong, fixed term contracts, contracts of indefinite duration, employment permits, staff handbooks, the most important policies and procedures to have, without prejudice negotiations, temporary agency workers, etc. If this book helps you as employer avoid one claim or if it helps you uphold just one of your employment rights it will have proven to be one of the best investments you have made this year. Written by a Solicitor Terry Gorry is a solicitor, small business owner and has been an employer in Ireland since 1986. He helps other small business owners and their employees.
In McLelland v Northern Ireland GHSB (1957), the court maintained that the employer could be restrained by an injunction or a declaration in such cases.
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 The law does not require applicants to ... and makes it unlawful for an employer to deny employment on the grounds that ...
Author: David Lewis
Publisher: CIPD Publishing
Lewis has updated his widely recommended text to take full account of all legislative changes that have come into effect since publication of the previous edition.
New to this edition Since the publication of the fourth edition, there have been some dramatic developments in this area including the decision of the Supreme Court in McGowan v Labour Court  2 I.L.R.M. 276 striking down the entirety ...
Author: Anthony Kerr
New to this edition Since the publication of the fourth edition, there have been some dramatic developments in this area including the decision of the Supreme Court in McGowan v Labour Court  2 I.L.R.M. 276 striking down the entirety of Part III of the Industrial Relations Act 1946 and the enactment of the Workplace Relations Act 2015 and the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2015. The new edition brings you up to date by examining the impact of these far-reaching changes which include: * The dissolution of the Labour Relations Commission and the Employment Appeals Tribunal, and the establishment of the Workplace Relations Commission. * Expanded role for the Labour Court. * A new registered employment agreement system for company agreements. * New powers granted to the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation to make sectoral employment orders regulating remuneration, and sick pay and pension schemes, for workers in a particular sector of the economy. * A new definition of collective bargaining and other amendments to the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2001 to address the deficiencies identified by the Supreme Court in Ryanair Ltd v Labour Court  4 I.R. 199. Each Act and statutory instrument is annotated, with reference to relevant case law, books, articles and parliamentary debates. All textual amendments, adaptations and repeals are clearly shown as the legislation is thoroughly cross-referenced. Readership This is an essential title, both as a reference work and as an explanatory text, for employment law practitioners; the managers of medium or large companies; trade union officials; HR personnel; and those studying employment law and industrial relations law within third level institutions or as part of a personnel management course. About the Author Anthony Kerr is a Barrister and a Statutory Lecturer in Law in the UCD Sutherland School of Law, specialising in labour and employment law. He is the editor of Irish Employment Legislation (a Round hall looseleaf service), a national reporter for the International Labour Law Reports, a member of the Executive Committee of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law, and the Irish representative on the European Labour Law Network.
( 2 ) In contrast , essential features of the Anglo - Irish system were the absence of fundamental rights enshrined in a constitution , the abstentionist ...
Author: Malcolm Sargeant
Publisher: Pearson Education
The third edition of Employment Law provides fully up-to-date and accessible analysis of the subject. It covers all aspects of law relating to the employment relationship, from contextual material on sources of law and the relevant institutions to the contract and conditions of employment. Throughout the book the role of EU law in shaping employment protection in the United Kingdom is emphasised. The text also considers trade union and industrial relations law. Valuably, the book offers context, thereby grounding complex legal transactions in the real world.
Poor and Labour Laws On the same night that the Corn Laws were repealed, Peel's Irish Coercion Bill was defeated in the Commons and a few days later, ...
Author: Gordon Kerr
Publisher: Oldcastle Books Ltd
It began with the horse-drawn carriage and ended with the aeroplane, an era, beginning in the 1830s and ending with the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, that saw the British Empire – the largest the world had seen – dominate the world. British ingenuity in the fields of technological development and the heavy industry of its Industrial Revolution led to Britain being dubbed ‘the workshop of the world’ while its Royal Navy policed the world’s oceans helping to create what has become known as a ‘Pax Britannica’. A Short History of the Victorian Era details the sweeping social and economic changes that took place during this period but also examines the events of the time and the lives of the eminent Victorians who contributed so much to British success - men and women such as Florence Nightingale, Isombard Kingdom Brunel, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Charles Darwin. A Short History of the Victorian Era is the story of the greatest period in British history, a period that still resonates in today’s Britain. Praise for Gordon Kerr 'Factual and even-handed, Kerr presents a fair-minded introduction of basic Chinese history' - Booklist 'Thoroughly rewarding' - Travelmag 'Informative, fascinating and extremely well-researched...Gordon Kerr's book is a mini masterpiece' - ABC Brisbane
In the area of employment law the application of the injunction has increased and developed since the granting of the first Irish labour law injunction just ...
Author: Jane Moffatt
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Employment Law is designed to give the trainee solicitor a thorough understanding of the principles of Irish employment law. It introduces common law principles, Irish case law and the European and Irish legislation, which impact on Irish employment law. Issues are explained in a clear way with reference to the applicable codes and case law, making it an excellent starting point on the subject.
This book is designed to give students of commerce or business sufficient legal knowledge and analytical skills to enable them to cope with, and to make decisions regarding, the routine legal problems which they will encounter in their ...
Author: Niall Sheeran
Publisher: Gill & MacMillan
This book is designed to give students of commerce or business sufficient legal knowledge and analytical skills to enable them to cope with, and to make decisions regarding, the routine legal problems which they will encounter in their future employment. It provides material that is designed to be easy to understand as it is broken down into shorter sections for ease of reference.
[C] An Irish Jig: Collective Bargaining Rights for the Self-Employed §6.03 ... 7 Strikes in Essential Services under International Law Monika Schlachter ...
Author: Frank Hendrickx
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
The renowned international labour law scholars contributing to this incomparable volume use the term ‘game changers’ to refer to evolutions, concepts, ideas and challenges that are having, or have had, major impacts on how we must understand and approach labour law in today’s global economy. The volume derives from an international conference organized by the Institute for Labour Law at the University of Leuven, Belgium in November 2017. This initiative is pursued in the spirit and with the methods of the late Emeritus Professor Roger Blanpain (1932–2016), a great reformer who continuously searched for key challenges in the world of work and looked as far as possible into the future, engaging in critical reflection and rethinking the design of labour law. While seeking to identify the main game changers, the authors explore new pathways and answers which may help to understand and shape the future of work. This is the 100th of Kluwer’s Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations, a series Professor Blanpain launched nearly fifty years ago. The contributors address, and reflect on, such vital issues and topics as the following: – the ‘gig’ economy; – core labour law values; – freedom of association; – non-standard employment; – the rise of the service sector; – employment and self-employment; – the European Pillar of Social Rights; – app-based work; – algorithms as controls in the workplace; – collective bargaining rights and the right to strike; – the role of temporary employment agencies; and – termination of the employment relationship. There are also chapters devoted to specific issues in France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Estonia, China and the United States. Roger Blanpain consistently reminded us that labour relations are power relations. Although this book shows that the power balance is tipped towards employers in today’s world, what is nevertheless very clear is that labour law can play a crucial role in re-enlivening equitable outcomes, fairness, decent work and social justice in our contemporary and future societies, and that academia can help to understand, guide and shape that future. For this reason, this book will be invaluable to professionals in labour relations, whether in the academic, policy or legal communities.
Employment Rights of Irregular Migrant Workers A highly significant judgment ... 106See Essential Principles: Irish Legal Capacity Law (April 2012) ...
Author: Fiona de Londras
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The Irish Yearbook of International Law (IYIL) supports research into Ireland's practice in international affairs and foreign policy, filling a gap in existing legal scholarship and assisting in the dissemination of Irish thinking and practice on matters of international law. On an annual basis, the Yearbook presents peer-reviewed academic articles and book reviews on general issues of international law. Designated correspondents provide reports on international law developments in Ireland, Irish practice in international bodies, Ireland and the Law of the Sea and the law of the European Union as relevant to developments in Ireland. In addition, the Yearbook reproduces key documents that reflect Irish practice on contemporary issues of international law. Publication of the Irish Yearbook of International Law makes Irish practice and opinio juris more readily available to Governments, academics and international bodies when determining the content of international law. In providing a forum for the documentation and analysis of North-South relations the Yearbook also makes an important contribution to post-conflict and transitional justice studies internationally. As a matter of editorial policy, the Yearbook seeks to promote a multilateral approach to international affairs, reflecting and reinforcing Ireland's long-standing commitment to multilateralism as a core element of foreign policy.
That said , however , the essential position is that there was here a trade ... Reform of Irish trade union and industrial relations legislation had been ...
Author: Zvi H. Bar-Niv
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The "International Labour Law Reports" is a series of annual publications of labour law judgements by the highest courts in a number of jurisdictions. "ILLR" is intended primarily for the use of judges, labour law practitioners, industrial relations specialists and students who need or desire ready access to authoritative information of a comparative nature on problems arising in the field of labour law and industrial relations. Each judgement reprinted in "ILLR" is accompanied by Headnotes and in practically all cases by an Annotation which sets forth, among other things, the legal issues involved, the basic facts of the case (if not included in the judgement itself), the relevant statutory provisions and judicial precedents, the labour law and industrial relations context in which the case arose and the significance of the judgement in the development of the law. As a rule, judgements are printed "in extenso"; editorial discretion has been relied upon to delete or to summarize portions of judgements that are purely technical or only of marginal interest. This series unquestionably fills a void in the field of comparative labour law. Volume 18 covers the period 1 October 1997 to 30 September 1998.
In short, it has become essential that an effort be made to redraw the boundaries of labour law, something which is now being undertaken in the form of laws ...
Author: Arturo Bronstein
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
A stimulating, authoritative account of international employment law written by a leading figure who for many years has shaped global policy, striving to implement fairer working conditions worldwide. We are expertly guided though the context and development of labour law, making this book ideal for study or research.
competence to make 223+224 competition law, involving 219+220 conclusion of 43 ... case law 76+77 investiture of Commission, assent by Parliament 32 'Irish' ...
Author: August Reinisch
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A 'Q & A' introduction to EU law, setting out the fundamentals of the subject with clarity and immediacy.
For women, childcare has traditionally been an essential aspect of doing gender, ... Roles: Bringing Men into the 'Doing Gender' and Irish Employment Law 237.
Author: Lynsey Black
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Law and Gender in Modern Ireland: Critique and Reform is the first generalist text to tackle the intersection of law and gender in this jurisdiction for over two decades. As such, it could hardly have come at a more opportune moment. The topic of law and gender, perhaps more so than at any other time in Irish history, has assumed a dominant place in political and academic debate. Among scholars and policy-makers alike, the regulation of gendered bodies, and the legal status of sexual and gendered identities, is now a highly visible fault line in public discourse. Debates over reproductive justice (exemplified by the recent referendum to remove the '8th Amendment'), increased rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons (including the public-sanctioned introduction of same-sex marriage) and the historic mistreatment of women and young girls have re-shaped Irish public and political life, and encouraged Irish society to re-examine long-unchallenged gender norms. While many traditional flashpoints remain such as abortion and prostitution/sex work, there are also new questions, including surrogacy and the gendered experience of asylum frameworks, which have emerged. As policy-makers seek to enact reforms, they face a population with increasingly polarised perceptions of gender and a legal structure ill-equipped for modern realities. This edited volume directly addresses modern Irish debates on law and gender. Providing an overview of the existing rules and standards, as well as exploring possible options for reform, the collection stands as an important statement on the law in this jurisdiction, and as an invaluable resource for pursuing gendered social change. While the edited collection applies a doctrinal methodology to explain current statutes, case law and administrative practices, the contributors also invoke critical gender, queer and race perspectives to identify and problematise existing (and potential) challenges. This edited collection is essential reading for all who are interested in law, gender and processes of social change in modern Ireland.