Employee Handbook NI and ROIPosted in : How do I handle it NI on 17 June 2014
We are an employer based in Northern Ireland but we have recently opened an operation in the Republic of Ireland. We have issued contracts of employment to staff based in ROI and I now need to update our Employee Handbook. The Directors of the Company would like one handbook to apply to both Operations. I am aware that there are certain differences in employment rights and obligations between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland but I would like to make minimal changes to the handbook. How do I handle it?
Sharon McArdle of Tughans Solicitors writes:
You have rightly understood that the Northern Irish handbook will not be appropriate for staff in the Republic of Ireland without
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