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Right To Work Remotely

With Google recently announcing plans for a fast tracked and earlier return to the office for its employees in the US, having previously being one of the first large tech Companies to go remote last year, many other employers are also now advanced with their planning on how they are going to manage this transition back to the office, and particularly how they will deal with employees who do not want to return. A WRC decision earlier this year may be of interest (Ref ADJ-00028293).

Constructive Dismissal

Some useful lessons from this recent case in which a Solicitor was awarded €13,300 after her grievances were not dealt with properly by her new employer and she successfully claimed constructive dismissal.

Employee v Contractor ?

In a recent Adjudication Officer's Decision (ADJ 00005826) the preliminary issue of whether the Complainant was an employee or not was considered in order to determine if his complaints under the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997, Unfair Dismissals Act 1977 and Protection of Employees (Fixed Term Work) Act 2003 could be heard.

Employment Policies and Procedures

All organisations should have a clear set of policies and procedures that govern not just relevant employment and HR areas but all aspects of their operations. The benefits of policies and procedures reach far beyond being legally compliant and can contribute hugely to the overall effectiveness of an organisation provided they are consistently applied.

Constructive Dismissal

In a recent WRC decision (ADJ - 00002854) an Adjudication Officer held that an employee had been constructively dismissed despite the fact that she had not exhausted the use of internal grievance procedures which is normally a requirement for a successful constructive dismissal claim. An award of €15,528 was made.

Employee Awarded Compensation Due to Delayed Grievance Procedure

In a recent case taken under Section 20 (1) of the Industrial Relation Act 1969 (Ref LCR21019), a worker was awarded €2,000 because an internal grievance he had raised had not been resolved within a 14 month period.

Grievance Procedures

A grievance procedure is one of the essential procedures that all employers must have in place and issue to employees.

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