Matheson’s Employment Law podcast series in which Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment at Matheson, discusses the latest developments in Irish employment law. The podcasts are a key resource in keeping up to date for HR practitioners, employment lawyers and international employers with employees in Ireland.
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Episode 58: Latest Employment Law Developments and Buttimer v Oak Fuels Supermarkets Limited Case.
In this latest episode Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment, takes you through some of the latest employment law developments. He also explores the recent Irish High Court decision of Buttimer and Oak Fuels Supermarkets Limited where the High Court reconfirmed the position that an employee's right to fair procedures are not triggered where they are being terminated within their probationary period for performance related reasons or for no reason, in accordance with their employment contract (i.e. a no fault termination).
Episode 57: Blowing the whistle! Taking a Closer Look at a Protected Disclosures Penalisation Claim.
Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment, takes you through a recent whistleblowing penalisation claim.
Episode 56: IAF - What Actions Must Employers Take Now?
We share with you a recording of our recent webinar "Individual Accountability Framework: What actions must employers take now?".
Episode 55: Employment Law 2023 - The Year Ahead
In this episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, we share with you a recording of our recent Knowledge Insights series webinar "Employment Law 2023 - The Year Ahead".
Episode 54: Does a prison sentence automatically terminate a contract of employment? - Flynn V Iarnród Éireann
In this episode Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment, takes you through some of the most recent employment law developments in Irish law, covering current trends on preparing for the gender pay gap reporting, the pending changes to the protective disclosures legislation, the new statutory sick pay legislation and progress on the right to request remote working legislation.
Episode 53: Gender Pay Gap Reporting - Practical Tips and Guidance.
In this episode employment partners Geraldine Carr and Ailbhe Dennehy, and senior associate John Casey, discussed how employers can best prepare and comply with these new mandatory reporting obligations.