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Redundancy claims, employment permits, employment rights and obligations
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Official circulars issued by various government departments and public bodies.
This website provides information for staff, line managers and the HR community across the Civil and Public Service, on the HR policies that are in place.
Facility that shows staff numbers in the public service, from 1980 onward.
Application for a new or a renewal of existing license by private security contractors or employees.
Facility that allows users apply for employment permits.
Facility for users to apply for or track an eVetting application.
Details of the Central Depository employment scheme for non-EEA crewmen in parts of the Irish Commercial Sea Fishing Fleet.
Statistics and reports on employment trends and the employment outlook for various occupations.
The roles and responsibilities of civil servants.
A dedicated and dynamic information portal tailored for graduates seeking information about career opportunities in the Public Service.
Access for users to an appeals form for the Labour Court.
The Public Appointments Service is the centralised provider of recruitment, assessment and selection services for the civil service. They also provide recruitment and consultancy services to local authorities, health boards, the Garda Siochana and other public bodies.
Calculator to estimate potential redundancy entitlements.
Centralised search facility for all upcoming further education and training courses.
A guide to benefits available to the self-employed in Ireland.
Details of vacancies on State Boards, provided by the Public Appointments Service.
Facility enabling users to submit accident and dangerous occurrence reports to the Health and Safety Authority.
Facility that allows users submit a redundancy claim online.
Access to the Health and Safety Authority's online health and safety courses.
Facility for users to track an employment permit application.
Resources and advice from Workplace Relations.