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Healthcare workers now eligible for Employment Permits

In an effort to meet increasing demand, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment has announced changes to the employment permits system to allow non-EEA citizens to work in various…

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Employment permits and temporary layoff, reduced hours, or redundancy as a result of COVID-19

The past twelve months has seen a large percentage of the Irish population being temporarily laid off, having their work hours reduced, or being made redundant as a result of the COVID-19…

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Extra categories of jobs eligible for Employment Permits

The DBEI has announced that the following jobs will be eligible for a Critical Skills Employment Permit from 22 April 2019:

• Civil Engineers;

• Quantity Surveyors;

• Construction…

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The Atypical Working Scheme

The Atypical Working Scheme has become increasingly popular in recent times. The scheme’s attraction lies in the relatively quick processing times and the facility to apply for a short term working… (more…)

No permission; no permit? Not necessarily – recent employment permit case

The recent case of Ling and Yip Limited v Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation [2018] IEHC 546 is helpful for persons in the State seeking to obtain an employment permit from a position… (more…)

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