Employment Law

Our Employment Law Solicitors can advise on the recent changes to employment law which in many cases mirror the changing working environment. Our Employment Law Solicitors provide advices to Irish private clients and also businesses from all sectors of the Irish workforce. Our Employment Law Solicitors are aware of the sensitive nature of employment relationships in today’s world. Our Employment Law Solicitors guide our client through all aspects of employment law.

Call us on +353 (0)71 984 1322 or +353 (0)1 255 24882 for an employment law consultation.


Why do you need an Employment Solicitor?

Our Employment Solicitors have experience in all aspects of drafting, preparing and executing your Employment law matter either through the WRC or the Labour Court.


How can our Employment Solicitors help?

Conor McLaughlin & Associates Employment Solicitors have the knowledge and experience to advise on all aspects of Employment law. We will advise you on how to make what can be a stressful experience to one which is manageable. Our employment Solicitors understand the impact and stress that these decisions may cause and are here to help you through that experience. Our employment experts will assist you with all aspects of your Employment law matter.

Our Employment Solicitors review the relevant legal documentation and move quickly to bring the process to a swift conclusion while keeping you up to date throughout. We strive to make sure your buying experience is stress free.


Employment Contract & Rights

Our Employment Solicitors will advise you on the terms and clauses of your employment contract. We can also advise you where your employer has not furnished you with an employment contract. There are a set number of clauses required in any employment contract and our Employment law legal team will review same. We will review your employment contract to make sure that your rights are being upheld.


Unfair Dismissal

An unfair dismissal can occur under the Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2015 where an employer terminates your contract of employment, with or without notice and in particular under the following:

  • Political or Religious opinions;
  • Union Membership;
  • Gender, Sexual orientation, Colour, or Age;
  • Unfair selection for Redundancy;
  • Protected Disclosures;
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding or any matters connected with childbirth; and
  • Availing of rights under legislation to maternity, adoptive, paternity, carers or parental leave.


Constructive Dismissal

A constructive dismissal occurs under the Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2015 where your contract of employment is terminated, with or without notice, due to the conduct of your employer. Your employer’s conduct must have been of such a manner that it was reasonable for you to terminate your contract without giving notice.


Settlement Agreement

Our Employment law Solicitors are experienced and will make sure you receive the best advice and the maximum possible outcome in terms of negotiating your settlement agreement.


Legal Services Offered:

  • Employment Contracts Review;
  • Employment Rights;
  • Settlement Agreements;
  • Sexual Harassment;
  • Unfair Dismissals;
  • Salary disputes;
  • Bullying;
  • Harassment;
  • Equality & Discrimination;
  • Redundancy; and
  • Disability Benefits.



Our 5-stage process

  1. Consultation

A consultation will allow our Employment Law Solicitors enable us to understand your case and for you to understand how your matter will be progressed.


  1. Documentation Review

Conor McLaughlin & Associates will review all necessary documentation and assess the merits of your case.


  1. Letter of Advices

Once we have full instructions and copy documentation, we are in a position to provide advices which outline the legal path open to you.


  1. Settlement

We may approach the other party with respect to settling the matter. This will depend on your instructions and on the strengths and weaknesses of pursuing the dispute through the courts.


  1. Proceedings

We will advise you in respect of each aspect of the litigation with a view to achieving a resolution for you as quickly as possible.