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Applications open for well-regarded Diploma in Employment Law

Work practices in a modern economy, and especially during Covid-19, are constantly evolving – as are employment law and practice. The Diploma in Employment Law equips those advising on employment matters with the relevant knowledge needed to advise in changing times.


Framed by the Workplace Relations Reform Act 2015, the Diploma Centre’s Diploma in Employment Law provides a comprehensive understanding of employment law, covering all aspects of the employer/employee relationship from recruitment through to termination. Relying on contributions from leading practitioners, stakeholders and decision makers in the area, we highlight how new developments are likely to affect your practice. For example, we will focus on recent practice and procedural developments arising out of the Workplace Relations Reform Programme. The ultimate aim of the diploma is to provide practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of employment law and practice in this jurisdiction.  


Key themes examined on this diploma include recruitment, data protection, HR, pay and benefits, workers’ rights, discrimination, grievance and disciplinary procedures, severance packages and redundancy, and more.


The effect of Covid-19 on employment and the workplace will also be examined.


This popular course commences on 12 February 2021. Applications are now being accepted.


For further information visit or contact Course Leader Liam Dunne, Solicitor, at



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