The complexity and ever changing nature of the workplace, and events requires employers must keep abreast of case law and developments. With CollierBroderick, you are prepared for the ever changing landscape of employment law legislation,



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The landscape of employment law legislation, and other legislation that impacts on employees and employees, such as the Protected Disclosures Act 2014, and the Protected Disclosures Amendment Act 2022, which comes into force on 1st Jan 2023 for some employers and for other employers on 17th Dec 2023, as well as Codes of Practice from the WRC and the IHRC, guidance from the DPC, all create a complex environment for employers, who must create and update their policies in these areas on an ongoing basis.


Employers must also keep abreast of case law and developments.


Added to that complexity, is the changing nature of the workplace, and events in the social media and internet space.


This is where CollierBroderick can support organisations.


Protected Disclosure Policy

If you don’t have or need to update your existing Protected Disclosures policy, our experienced workplace investigators who are also experienced and qualified in protected disclosures, will be able to quickly assist you in putting the necessary policy in place relevant to your organisation.

Disciplinary Policy

The disciplinary policy should be reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis in order to ensure it is robust and is up-to-date with changing workplaces, technologies, practices and the multitude of case law.

Probation Policy

Recent case law means that employers should have a probation policy and update their contract of employment to allow for no-fault dismissals among other things.

Bullying and Harassment Policy

It is essential that the bullying and harassment policy, including sexual harassment, is update regularly and is in line with the code of practice.

Retirement Policy

There is a growing volume of cases into the WRC regarding retirement age. It is advisable that there is a retirement policy in the organisation, that contracts are clear, and that all documentation is aligned with the case law and the code of practice.

Social Media / Internet Policy

With all the developments in social media and internet use, and cases of trial/dismissal by social media for employees, it is advisable that employers have updated policies, contract provisions, training, and communications to reflect an ever-changing environment for employers and employees.

Employer HR Policies


Our experienced and qualified HR, policy, workplace investigators and protected disclosures experts, will be able to support and advice you in putting the necessary policies in place relevant to your organisation. The above highlights only some areas, and we would be happy to advice you on the suite of policies that we maintain and update and will customise for your organisation. 


With our experienced HR, policy, workplace and protected disclosures investigators, who write and work with policies and law every day, we are well equipped to provide you with an expert and expeditious service to enhance your workplaces policies.

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