Ciara Kenny

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Understanding employment rights overseas

Working across different national boundaries can create grey areas when it comes to employment rights and tax obligations

While jobless Irish make up the majority of those taking up positions overseas, employees of multinationals are also being sent abroad in large numbers

Mon, Oct 7, 2013, 16:51


Working across different national boundaries for undertermined time periods can create grey areas when it comes to employment rights and tax obligations, even if your employer remains the same. In the Business supplement today, Ciara Kenny explores some of the implications of working abroad for mobile Irish people.

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