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Do you need advice on an Irish employment law matter, such as unfair dismissal, redundancy, settlement agreement etc, but don't want to waste time ringing up to see if an appointment can be arranged for a date that suits, then having to take time off to travel to an office and wait to be seen?  The good news is, there is a better way. Book an online video or telephone consultation with an employment law consultant now. Today.

We are delighted to tell you about our new Book a video or telephone consultation service.

By clicking on the green book your appointment now  button below you can book an appointment with one of our employment law consultants for a consultation via video link or by telephone . When you click on the green book your appointment now  button below, you will be brought to a page where you can see a diary of available appointment slots. Just choose the one that suits you best.

You can see what the fee is for your selected consultation type.

There are six appointment types available  in the drop down menu:

  • Initial video consultation
  • Extended video consultation (This is the same as the others, only for a longer time period)
  • Follow up video appointment
  • Initial telephone consultation
  • Extended telephone consultation (This is the same as the others, only for a longer time period)
  • Follow up telephone appointment

Payment is handled by Stripe, the secure online payments portal.

The great thing is, you can book the slot, there and then. No back and forth emails waiting to find out if the appointment has been confirmed. Speak to a consultant in as little as 24 hours.

After you book the appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with the details of the meeting. Take a note of the appointment in your diary and that's it.

You'll receive a reminder and the video or telephone consultation will take place at the appointed time.

If you are unable to keep the appointment, you can cancel, provided you give at least 24 hours notice.

It's good to know that you can arrange a consultation with an employment law expert to discuss your particular employment law concern. So what are you waiting for? Make your appointment for an online consultation today.

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