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get a written statement of the following core terms of employment: 1. the full names of the employer and the employee 2. the address of the employer 3. the expected duration of the contract, in the case of a temporary contract, or the end date if the contract is a fixed-term contract 4. the rate or method of calculation of the employee’s pay 5.
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with a number of basic provisions under Irish employment law. This summary guide has been produced by the WRC. Further information on employment rights is available on www.workplacerelations.ie or by contacting the Commission’s Information and Customer Services at Lo-call 1890 808090 or
The Maternity Protection Acts give a pregnant employee the right to: ... time off from work to receive antenatal or post-natal care. If you are pregnant, or you have given birth in the last 14 weeks, or if you have a ... • confirmation of your pregnancy, and • the due date of your baby.
The Acts allow the parental leave to be taken either as a continuous block of 14 weeks or, with the agreement of the employer, broken up over a period of time. The employment rights of the employee are protected while s/he is on parental leave, and the employee has the right to return to work after such an absence.
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19. Employers and trade unions should agree arrangements whereby employee representatives, acting on behalf of their trade union, should be permitted to post notices relating to normal activities of the union in the undertaking or establishment in a place agreed with management to which employees have easy access. 20.
Adjudication Officer & Ors  IESC 24, that certain WRC procedures were inconsistent with the Constitution, namely: the conduct of hearings in private; the absence of a provision for an Adjudication Officer to administer an oath or affirmation; and the absence of a possibility of punishment for giving false evidence.
Explanatory Booklet The purpose of this booklet is to provide general guidance on the Act to employees and employers in non-legal language. The booklet outlines the rights and obligations under the Act. It is important to note that this is an information booklet and not a legal interpretation of the Act.
Unfair contract terms Example 9 You sign up to a mobile phone contract for £20 a month. After you agree to the deal you discover your neighbour has got the same package for £15. You challenge the firm, arguing that their deal is unfair. The monthly price and the texts and minutes available were clearly explained, in
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contract at the same time, the contracts should be kept separate and only the pay earned under the contract from which the employee is being made redundant taken into account for the redundancy payment. 4 Other statutory rights Unfair Dismissal and Statutory Notice For the purposes of the right to claim unfair dismissal and the statutory right to
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in the contract, except as noted in section 4(c) below. (c)exceptions. remarks: exception (craft) explanation : nam eand ti l signa ure : the willful falsification of any of the above statements may subject the contractor or subcontractor to civil or criminal prosecution. see section 1001 of title 18 and section 3729 of