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Workers' Rights

We aim to simplify Irish Employment Law and your entitlements as an employee in your native language. We speak Arabic, Russian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. 

 

Our team comprises experienced consultants, agents and interpreters from a migrant background with first-hand experience, expertise and knowledge about workers' rights. We will provide information on your fundamental employment rights and entitlements, equality and non-discrimination rights, unfair treatment and dismissal options. We aim to empower you to assert your rights and take appropriate actions when faced with employment-related issues and discrimination. We will assist you with complex cross-section immigration and employment cases. You will receive the most relevant information on available options, programmes and supports.

​We provide:

  • Assistance and advocacy if you have been bullied or harassed at work

  • Assistance and advocacy if you had been discriminated against at work

  • Au pairs and domestic worker's rights

  • Cross-section cases of immigration and employment rights (e.g. work permit and unfair treatment at work)

  • Explanation of the difference between being an employee vs self-employed (contract of service vs contract for service)

  • Explanation of terms and conditions of your employment contract

  • Explanation about your pay 

  • Information about unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal and temporary layoff

  • Information about your entitled leaves and rest periods

  • Information about your health and safety entitlements

  • Information on your fundamental employment rights

Please note that we are not a solicitor firm or law centre, nor do we have any influence over legal practices or decisions. However, in Ireland, you do not require a qualified solicitor to submit an application for your employment situation via alternative dispute resolution processes like Workplace Relations Commission. However, it is always advisable to get qualified legal advice in complicated matters or when you need to have an opinion on the point of Law or to bring the case before a court of Law.

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