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The pages in this Employee Rights section is intended to give general guidance
to employees on employment rights in Ireland.
It is not a complete or authoritative statement of the law and is not a legal interpretation.
You can get more detailed information from the Employment Rights Information
Unit of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment which is an official government body.
Complaint forms in relation to employment rights entitlements are also available
on request from the Employment Rights Information Unit.
Their contact details are:
Employment Rights Information Unit
Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment
Tel: 003531 631 3131.
Fax: (01) 631 3329
Lo-Call Telephone service from within Ireland: 1890 201 615
Employment Agencies such as us must not charge you, the candidate, a fee solely
for seeking employment for you.
An employer does not have power to have an employee arrested by police or to have
an employee deported from Ireland . This can only be done in accordance with law.
For foreign nationals working in Ireland, the Irish Government also publishes Employment Rights Information Booklets in
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