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Employment law seminar

CIPD Midlands to hold public event this November

The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has announce details of an upcoming event; Workplace Investigations and the Role of Mediation in Conflict Intervention: A Case Study. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 6pm on Wednesday November 16.

Cut in minimum wage could be a recipe for further rural depopulation

Labour General Election candidate for Mayo Dr Jerry Cowley has said that the Government decision to reduce the minimum wage could have serious implications for small and medium businesses all over the country.

Cowley and Ruane hit out at cut in minimum wage

The news that the government is going to cut the minimum wage by €1 an hour provoked anger this week from Sinn Féin Castlebar town councillor Thérèse Ruane and Labour Party general election candidate Gerry Cowley.

Former ‘Comer coal miners protest over compensation

A group of former coal miners from Castlecomer and from other mining regions around the country, who suffer with chronic occupational diseases, held a protest in Dublin on Wednesday last.

Small firm workers earn €35,000

Employees working in a small business earn just under €35,000 per annum on average, according to findings of the Small Firms Association.

Strike action planned for Aut Even on Monday

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation and SIPTU have served notice of full strike action at Aut Even Private Hospital, which is part of the Mount Carmel Group on Monday, March, 22.

Over 300 redundancy payments in just seven months

There were 303 redundancy payments made in Westmeath during the first seven months of this year according to Government figures released this week which show a rise in layoffs nationally.

€25,000 redundancy for Moate man

A Moate man was awarded over €25,000 by the Employments Appeal Tribunal (EAT) when, following a takeover, his former employer left him with the option of either commuting to Mountmellick or taking redundancy, but who refused to pay up after he chose the latter.

Laying off staff — what are my obligations?

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