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Richard Grogan & Associates Solicitors
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One of Irelands best known , top ranked Specialist Employment Solicitors.We also have specialist Personal Ijury* and Taxation expertise.
One of Irelands best known , top ranked Specialist Employment Solicitors.We also have specialist Personal Ijury* and Taxation expertise.

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Section 16 Organisation of Working Time Act ,1997 -The "Night Owls" Section. This guide deals with night time workers. Night Time workers are those who work between 12 midnight and 7 am . Special rules apply. The maximum hours such workers can work is 40 per week. Special further rules apply to special category workers which limit any shift to 8 hours. Our Guide seeks to explain the law in plain English.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Section-16.pdf

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Section 15 Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 -48 Hour Rule
In this article we look at the law on maximum working hours . We look to explain the law as it applies to employers and employees. We look at how it is calculated and what is and is not excluded in the calculation. We hope you find it useful.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Section-15.pdf

Was on The Pat Kenny Show on 14 January with Jonathan Healy answering questions on Employment Law in their Ask the Expert slot. Delighted to be asked again to contribute. You can listen to it here. I was answering questions at the end of the show.
https://www.newstalk.com/listen_back/13240/50599/14th_January_2019_-_The_Pat_Kenny_Show_Part_3/

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Section 14 Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 - Sunday Premium Payments.
In this second of a series on Working Time we look at the issue of Sunday Premium Payments where an employee works on Sunday. This area of the law may appear simple . However it is far from simple. It can be quite complex.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Section-14.pdf

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Section 13 Organisation of Working Time Act , 1997 -The right to a 35 hour uninterrupted rest break every 7 days.
In this series of posts we look at the Act and how the law is applied in practice. As Specialist Employment Law Solicitors with expertise in this area our Guides are here to help you understand the law. These are general guides only and specific advise relating to you should always be got before acting.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Section-13.pdf

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As Specialist Employment Law Solicitors we often get asked to advise on dismissal for gross misconduct. In this final series of posts on Unfair Dismissal Law in Ireland we look at the issue where there is a delay between an investigation or complaint and a dismissal. Where there is a lengthy delay it is very difficult for an employer to justify a dismissal for gross misconduct.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Unfair-Dismissal-Gross-Misconduct.pdf

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Constructive Dismissal
In the fifth of our series on Unfair Dismissal we look at Constructive Dismissal. We set out why employees lose cases they should not have. We look at the tests an employee must prove to win a Constructive Dismissal case. Many employees lose because they resign before getting advice from a Specialist Employment Law Solicitor with expertise in Constructive Dismissal. The law is complex. It is easy to get it wrong. An Employment Law Solicitor is trained to get it right.
#constructivedismissal #employmentlawsolicitorsdublin
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Constructive-Dismissal.pdf

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In our series on Unfair Dismissal this fourth issue deals with Gross Misconduct. This is very much the nuclear option by employers. Employers often misunderstand that if a person is dismissed for gross misconduct and it is not gross misconduct the employee will win their Unfair Dismissal case. This is even where if the employer had simply dismissed for misconduct but not gross misconduct the employer may have won any case. Employment Law is complex and employers and employees need legal advise from specialist Employment Law Solicitors with expertise in Employment Law .
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Unfair-Dismissal-and-Gross-Misconduct.pdf
#unfairdismissal #grossmisconduct #employmentlawsolicitorsdublin

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Dismissal of an Employee due to Incapacity
In this post we look at what both employers and employees need to do where incapacity is an issue. We review a case where substantial compensation was awarded because the issue of incapacity was not properly dealt with.
https://www.grogansolicitors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Unfair-Dismissal.pdf

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Unfair Dismissal Law in Ireland
You will find our Guides on Unfair Dismissal on our website www.grogansolicitors.ie which are written in plain English.
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