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Employment Law Solicitor Cork

We can assist employers to ensure that they are fully compliant with all Employment Law Legislation and we can also guide employers through any disputes or claims.

Employment law is a very complex and fast-growing area of law and we can provide both practical and up-to-date advice to our clients. We understand the need to provide advice swiftly as many issues within the workplace require instant resolution.

We advise both Employers and Employees in the following areas:

We can assist employers to ensure that they are fully compliant with all Employment Law Legislation and we can also guide employers through any disputes or claims.

If you are an employee seeking advice in any of the above areas we can also be of assistance to you and have acted for many employees in cases against their employers.

Employees may utilise the services available with:

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The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) is an independent, statutory body that was established on 1st October 2015 under the Workplace Relations Act 2015 (No. 16 of 2015).

It assumes the roles and functions previously carried out by the National Employment Rights Authority (NERA), Equality Tribunal (ET), Labour Relations Commission (LRC), Rights Commissioners Service (RCS), and the first-instance (Complaints and Referrals) functions of the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT).

The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has responsibility for

The Commission’s core services include the inspection of employment rights compliance, the provision of information, the processing of employment agency and protection of young persons (employment) licences and the provision of mediation, conciliation, facilitation and advisory services.

Whether you are an employer or employee we can represent you and appear on your behalf at tribunals and courts at all levels.

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