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IMPLEMENTATION OF BRANCH RETURNS FILING WITH THE CRO
On 9th June 2018, the type of external companies obliged to register with the CRO was broadened with the commencement of Section 80 of the Companies Accounting Act 2017.
Previous to this, external companies with unlimited liability with a branch in Ireland were not required to register with the CRO.
The Companies Accounting Act 2017 has now introduced the requirement that both EEA and non-EEA external, unlimited liability undertakings, which are a subsidiary of a limited liability company are to register with the CRO once they have a branch in Ireland.
HOW TO AVOID DISCIPLINARY DISASTERS AND GRIEVANCE CATASTROPHES
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland recently published advice on employee employment issues.
Despite employers often times having sufficient grounds for dismissal, they invariably lose unfair dismissal cases because fair procedures and the rules of natural justice were not adhered to but there are procedures you can follow do to avoid this.
It's unfortunate when an unfair dismissal case is lost because advice from experienced professionals was not obtained before the dismissal procedure was put in place or, in a worst-case scenario, before the dismissal took effect. This is most often the case when it comes to court losses of this kind for companies.