Employment & Equality

Our Firm has been advising both Employer and Employees in relation to employment law for over 80 years. At Clarke Jeffers, our Solicitors pride themselves on providing carefully tailored advice in an easy to understand manner. Employment matters if not dealt with properly can lead to unnecessary stress, worry and anxiety.

Our Firm has been advising both Employer and Employees in relation to employment law for over 80 years. At Clarke Jeffers, our Solicitors pride themselves on providing carefully tailored advice in an easy to understand manner. Employment matters if not dealt with properly can lead to unnecessary stress, worry and anxiety.

The Firm combines its 80 years of experience with its specialised knowledge in commercial and company Law to bring real competitive advantage to our clients.

At Clarke Jeffers we deal with matters in a timely and efficient manner and we will ensure that we communicate clearly and regularly so that there is never a time where a client feels that they don’t know what is happening with their file.

Employment Law is at its core about people. Its more than just a deep knowledge of the Law. Its about understanding human propensity.”

-Victor Clarke, Managing Partner.

We advise clients in the following areas:

  • Contracts for Employment

  • Staff Handbook, policies and procedures

  • Redundancy & Collective Redundancy

  • Employment Injunction & High Court Litigation

  • Grievance procedures

  • Dismissal and Disciplinary Procedures

  • Performance Management

  • Employment Equality, Discrimination & Equal Status

  • Pensions and Benefits

  • Severance Packages

  • Health and Safety

  • Bullying, Harassment & Sexual Harassment

  • Restrictive Covenants

  • Transfer of Undertaking’s and Protection of Employees

FAQs

View our frequently asked questions.

Yes. An employer must provide you with certain terms within 5 days of commencing your employment. The balance terms must be provided to you within 2 months of commencing your employment.

Yes. As an employer you can decide when your employees take their holidays. You must however ensure that the employees receive their full annual leave entitlement.

Unless there is a provision in your contract of employment in relation to sick pay you are not legally entitled to be paid for sick days.

Yes.  These regulations seek to protect employees where the business in which they are employed is transferred to a new owner.

OUR KEY STAFF

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William Clarke | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Victor Clarke

Victor Clarke
Breda Storey | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Breda Storey

Breda Storey
Victor Clarke | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Victoria Clarke

Victroria Clarke

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