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Employment law

Our employment lawyers provide constructive advice and pragmatic solutions for all employment, health and safety, and education law issues. We have advised and represented both employers and employees in workplace conflict and dispute resolution.

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We provide cost effective specialist advice on the following matters:

  • Disciplinary processes and performance management
  • Personal grievances for unjustified dismissal, disadvantage and suspension
  • Redundancy and restructuring
  • Employment agreements and workplace policies
  • Collective bargaining and disputes
  • Minimum employment standards including Holidays Act
  • Workplace bullying and investigations
  • Health and safety
  • Restraints of trade, confidentiality and intellectual property
  • Privacy issues
  • Holidays Act compliance
  • Human rights and discrimination
  • Representation at Mediation, Employment Relations Authority, Employment Court and the Human Rights Commission
  • Education law and Education Council investigations

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If recreational cannabis use is legalised, how would this affect employers?

It might be a simple “yes” or “no” question in the referendum at the polls in 2020, but if recreational cannabis use is legalised, it could have far reaching consequences in the workplace.

Keep the faith – restructure guidance in a changing world

There is little doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic will have financial and operational consequences for employers for some time to come. Unfortunately, as a result, we also expect to see an increase in restructure proposals and redundancies. This article serves as a timely reminder as to what employers must demonstrate before undergoing a restructure or redundancy process.
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