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First name last name: Course title: Professor/tutor: Date of submission: Employment Law Case Study Employment Law is a kind of law that deals with the rules regarding the relationships between an employer and an employee. The employer-employee relationship is based on an ordinary contractual relationship where there is an offer from one party and acceptance by the other party. The two sides involved in an employment contract are the employer and the employee. Statute law and court/tribunal decisions impact on all aspects of employer-employee relationships from recruitment through to retirement. An employee is an individual hired by an employer to perform a particular task in a manner directed by the employer. The terms “employee” and “self-employed” are not well defined by law. The decision as to which category one fall into must be arrived at by looking at what one do the way he/she does it and the terms 14). The leave starts on the day of placement. However in the case of a foreign adoption as in Kristina’s case some or all of the leave can be taken before the day of placement. The employer should be updated on the placement date and given a certificate of placement. The employee after the leave has the right to return to the same job in the same company. Any disputes arising under this Act can be brought to the Rights Commissioner by the adopting parent or the relevant employer (Rowell 15). Work cited McCormick G. R. "Employees' Compensation: Employee or Independent Contractor-Lee Ting-sang v. Chung Chi-keung and Shun Shing Construction & (and) Engineering Co Ltd." Hong Kong LJ 21 (1991): 109. Rowell Oliver. Guide to Employment Law. Straightforward co Ltd 2012. Whyte Gerry. Social inclusion and the legal system: Public interest law in Ireland. Institute of Public Administration 2002. [...]

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Case Study - Attached Additional Notes - Attached 1. Identify the situation 2. Explain what it is 3. Apply/Advise Must be sourced from Irish Employment Law. References must be Irish related. Word Count: 1200 Max Deadline 21 - October - 2016

Subject Area: Employment

Document Type: Dissertation

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