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 new edition expands on the existing topics with the emphasis being on the recent developments in Irish case law and legislation. It deals with a number of key employment issues such as equality, bullying and harassment and dismissal law and will be a useful reference for all those interested in this topic. It also aims to give students and practitioners an in-depth insight into vital issues such as the implication of the latest European Directives for Irish law, developments in anti-discrimination practices and equality in the workplace, and the impact of Health and Safety legislation on employers and employees.
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Author Biography - Gary Byrne
Jane Moffatt is Course Co-ordinator, Law Society of Ireland. Michael Kennedy is a Partner BCM Hanby Wallace Solicitors Geoffrey Shannon is Deputy Director of Education, Law Society of Ireland Michelle Ni Longain is Partner BCM Hanby Wallace Solicitors Gary Byrne is Managing Partner BCM Hanby Wallace Solicitors