Employment Law

Dennis Healy & Co Solicitors have an experienced professional team of employment law solicitors in Cork with expertise in all areas of Employment and Labour Law

We can advise you in the following matters:

Recruitment Policies;
Accidents and Injuries at Work;
Terms and Conditions of Employment;
Employment Contracts & Employee Handbooks;
Unfair Dismissals or Termination of Employment;

Equality and Discrimination Law;
Illness & Absence;
Health & Safety at Work;
Bullying, Stress & Harassment at Work;
Union Consultation & Industrial Relations;

Disciplinary Actions;
Injuries at Work;
Addictions in the Workplace including Drugs & Alcohol Screening Procedures;
Corporate Responsibility & Ethics in the Workplace;

Workplace Disputes or Grievances;
Performance Improvement & Monitoring;
Data Protection & Privacy;
Internet, Email, Social Media & Marketing Appropriate Usage Policies;

Our experienced employment law solicitors in Cork can advise and assist you with contentious disputes in the workplace arising in the area of unfair dismissals, equality claims, bullying & harassment. We can also handle your complaints to the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour Court.

We also offer advice in relation to drafting contracts of employments, employee handbooks and other relevant documentation and are on hand to offer advice in relation to redundancy and grievances in the workplace.

We assist both employers and employees in relation to mediation and arbitration in the Workplace Relations Commission.

If you have a complaint about an employment or equality right, or have a grievance under industrial relations legislation you must apply to the Workplace Relations Commission within 6 months (12 months where there is ‘reasonable cause’ for the delay). Mediation may be offered where suitable.
Where an employee has been forced to leave employment as a result of bullying, stress and harassment at work they may be able to take a case to the Workplace Relations Commission.

Where an employee has suffered serious harm through bullying, stress or harassment or through injury at work, they may be able to take a personal injuries case through the courts.

If you want to discuss a specific issue or you simply feel like talking to us, contact us today we’ll get back as soon as possible.

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6 Anglesea Villas, Anglesea Street, Cork




021 4279444

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