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Employment Law Solicitors Tralee

An introduction to Employment law

Generally speaking, employment law refers to a body of laws dealing with the obligations of employers to their employees and the basic rights of employees in the workplace.

Services related to employment law
We offer advice on the following:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Working time disputes
  • The right to disconnect
  • Equality claims
  • Discrimination claims
  • Maternity claims
  • Fixed Term Work Act claims
  • Protected Disclosure Act claims
  • Contract of Employment claims
  • Transfer of Undertaking Regulations claims
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Minimum Notice Payment of Wages claim
  • Parental leave
  • Parent leave
  • Force Majeure leave
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Personal Injury
  • Unfair Dismissals
  • Workplace Relations
  • Employment Contracts
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Employment Solicitors

We represent employers and employees before the:

  • Workplace Relations Commission
  • Labour Court
  • District Court
  • Circuit Court
  • High Court
  • Employment Appeals Tribunal
  • Equality Tribunal

Legal assistance for the workplace. Our services include:

  • Advice on drafting or amending employment contracts and highlighting issues.
  • Guidance on how to resolve, manage, and avoid industrial disputes.
  • Consult on workplace legislation, settlements, and agreements.
  • Provides advice on a wide variety of employment law issues.
  • Guidance on workplace harassment, bullying, equality, and dismissals.

FAQs

Employees: When to Hire an Employment Solicitor

An employment law solicitor should be hired if your employer infringes on your rights as an employee. Legal advice can help you understand your rights, clarify the law, and explain the law to you. A solicitor might be useful in the following situations:

  • You have not received the benefits listed in your employment contract.
  • Your dismissal was unfair.
  • You were bullied or harassed at work by your employer.

Employers: When to hire solicitors

As an employer, you should hire a lawyer to keep you informed of the latest workplace laws. A solicitor can provide advice on the following:

  • Contracts and handbooks for employees
  • Entitlement of employees
  • Conflict resolution at work and in the workplace

Whelehan Solicitor

B2 Edward Court,
Tralee, Co. Kerry
Tel: 066 712 9782
Email: info@rafaln10.sg-host.com

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