We can guide you through a fair dismissal process
Put our years of experience to work for your business
With over 30 years’ experience in offering free employment law advice, we’ve built a reputation for unrivalled service. Our qualified experts are always available to speak to you about any issues you may be experiencing, from paperwork to dismissing an employee on probation to employment law and unfair dismissal in Ireland. We can even provide representation if an employee claim goes before the Workplace Relations Commission.
The peace of mind our guidance brings will allow you to confidently and quickly deal with issues that could leave your business vulnerable.
Need to dismiss an employee? Rely on us for expert advice
Free yourself from risk and worry with the Employers Direct helpline. With practical employment law advice, it’s the safest way to overcome any HR challenge.
And since we follow the Unfair Dismissals Act, 1977, and Workplace Relations Commission Codes (WRC) of Practice, you can be confident you’re acting within Irish employment law.
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At Employers Direct, we’ve helped every sort of business in every sector. Have a read of what some of them have said about us…
This is a fantastic service. The advisor I spoke to was extremely helpful and listened carefully to everything I wished to discuss - offering guidance and addressing my concerns. He also called to follow up with me twice to ensure I did not require any additional help. Could not be happier with the service I was given.
We were very pleased with the prompt support over the phone and a representative was booked to come to our office the next day. Excellent and efficient service.
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“I contacted Employers Direct and they called back within an hour and gave me a straightforward and definitive answer to my enquiry. This meant I could agree the issue with my employee immediately and everyone was happy”