Employment Law

  1. Redundancy - Redundancy means the employer no longer needs the fired employees.

  2. Wrongful Dismissal - Wrongful dismissal refers to a direct breach in an employment contract.

  3. Unfair Dismissal - This type of dismissal refers to when an employee is let go for reasons that are not fair.

  4. Discrimination Claims - Sometimes an employer can fire or refuse employment to an employee for discriminatory reasons.

  5. Maternity Rights -You have six basic rights while pregnant and after birth.

  6. Paternity Leave -The Paternal Leave Directive of 1999 allows an employee time off as a parent if he meets a couple of conditions.

  7. Statement of Terms - The statement of terms is basically a written version of all the agreements and rules an employer has with his new employee

  8. Notice Requirements - Notice refers to the time period in which an employer gives the employee to work before having to leave the workplace for good.

  9. Working Time - One thing that should be taken into consideration by all workers is the amount of time they will be devoting to their new job.

  10. Self-Employed or Employee? - Employees have many rights that the self-employed do not have.
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