Employment Legislation and Pensions Law
The question of whether you are employee or employer is only followed with what type of services you would require. Planet Legal and Finance’s partner advisors work with both individuals and companies regarding a number of pension law concerns and employment litigation throughout Ireland. Through providing advice on the confusing issues and assisting in navigating through complex employment law in Ireland our partner advisors understand that having solicitors you can turn to for advice is vital. From transfer of undertakings concerns, maternity leave, holiday pay, health and safety procedures, unfair dismissals, adoptive leave procedures, advising in regards to contracts of employment, grievance procedures, concerns regarding minimum wage and work time procedures all of these are complex issues that fall under employment legislation and pension law.
Planet Legal and Finance’s partner advisors provide advice in workplace and employee disciplinary matters. They host experience in drafting and reviewing employment contracts, severance agreements and collective bargaining contracts; advising in all of these matters. Throughout all aspects of business planning and organization through to acquisitions, and sales of business your employment and pension concerns can be addressed.
Our partner advisors have represented clients through pension rights complaints, employment standards and workers compensation, as well as unfair dismissal claims and Labour Court and Employment Appeals Tribunal hearings, arbitrations, grievance meetings, mediations and many other labour or employment oriented administrative hearings.
It is understood that an employment relationship is of high priority to both the employer and the staff. Planet Legal and Finance’s partner advisors can assist you in understanding your rights. A few areas that our partner advisors work on with both employers and employees daily are:
- Employment contracts
- Unfair or wrongful dismissals
- Advising employees in regards to concerns of their employment
- Advising employers on any concern regarding employment
- Employment Contracts
- High Court Proceedings
- Transfer of undertakings
- Collective bargaining or Trade unions
- Employment Appeals Tribunal proceedings