Students it's that time of year again when luckily for you employers are looking for part-time employees for the Christmas season and beyond. Part-Time work can be hard to come by these days so we here at Tipperary Institute have put together a comprehensive guide to finding work and knowing your rights as a Part-Time employee. Happy Job searching!
Part Time Work: Get sussed on work, interviews, your employment rights and more!
During your teens and twenties, figuring out what sort of job you want and how to get it is a priority for many people. You might be sussing out how to get the qualifications or training you need, looking for work in your chosen career or still deciding what job will make you feel happy and secure.
Well, we can’t make sure you score that dream job but we CAN give you advice on where to get started, your working rights and the options that are out there.
The minimum wage rate for an experienced adult employee is €8.65 per hour. An experienced adult employee is defined as over 18 and working for two years or more.
If you are under 18 then the minimum wage is €6.06 per hour.
From age 18 onwards you should be paid €6.92 per hour in your first year of employment and €7.79 per hour in your second year of employment.
Information on your rights and entitlements can be found here(http://www.employmentrights.ie/en/). The National Employment Rights Authority was established in 2008. It aims to get employers to comply with employment rights legislation through information, inspection, enforcement, prosecution and protection of young persons.
Useful websites for Part-Time job opportunities:
RecruitIreland.com was established in 1999 to provide a digital solution for the Irish recruitment market. It is now recognised as one of the most innovative client and candidate driven job sites in Ireland.
The Company is owned by Thomas Crosbie Holdings Ltd (TCH) the parent company of the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Business Post and Evening Echo. TCH is a major media company with further interests in provincial newspapers and radio.
The web site provides a cutting-edge service that brings together the best companies with candidates of the highest calibre.
LoadzaJobs is one of Ireland's most comprehensive recruitment websites listing permanent, temporary and contract Irish jobs across a wide variety of sectors. Updated daily, LoadzaJobs contains the most inclusive listing of jobs available within accountancy & finance, banking & insurance, construction & property, engineering, sales, management, marketing and IT job markets. Whether you're looking for a construction job in Galway, or a graduate jobs in Dublin, LoadzaJobs has the answer. Use our Irish Jobs Search facility to browse all the latest Irish jobs. Keep up to date with Irish Job News or improve your job interview chances by reading our CV Writing Tips and Interview skills.
Monster is the leading provider of online careers and recruitment resources committed to connecting organisations with individuals.
For individuals thinking about a new job, new career, or a new direction, Monster helps you explore the possibilities and find the opportunities that are right for you.
For employers looking to recruit the most qualified candidates, Monster offers innovative technology and superior services to streamline your entire hiring process.
Parttimejobs.ie contains the jobs from RecruitIreland.com, Loadzajobs.ie, Monster.ie, Staff.ie, Publicjobs.ie, Fas.ie, and Gumtree.ie. This means when you search for a job using Parttimejobs.ie, you are also searching Ireland's main job websites at the same time. This makes your job hunting easier and faster.
We have been providing this service since 2005, and currently process over 300,000 search queries per month.
Parttimejobs.ie is part of the Acme network of websites. This include Tempjobs.ie for temporary jobs and Parttimejobs.ie for part-time jobs.
Staff.ie was established in 2005. Our goal is to provide a simple and efficient recruitment solution for both jobseeker and employer. Our sister websites include Dole.ie and Tempjobs.ie. For a complete list of our recruitment solutions please visit Acme.ie.
Knowing your rights as an employee!
What are my Rights?
The National Employment Rights Authority (NERA) was established under the Social Partnership Agreement "Towards 2016" to achieve a national culture of employment rights compliance.NERA provides information to employees and employers through its information unit, monitors employment conditions through its inspection services and can enforce compliance and seek redress.NERA covers many aspects of employment rights including Wages, Holidays and Public Holidays - OWT Act 1997, Working Hours, Redundancy, Dismissal, and Notice.
Find more information and support:
FAS Website: www.redundancy.ie Email: email@example.com Tel: 01 6070500FAS has the responsibility of providing labour market services to people with disabilities. Functions include the operation of training and employment programmes including supported employment programmes.
YouthreachWeb: www.youthreach.ie Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01 4535487Ireland's education and training programme for early school leavers. Youthreach offers a flexible and dynamic programme of integrated general education, vocational training and work experience.
The Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed This has a comprehensive information service and can be contacted via phone or email:Welfare Information Helpline is available at 01 - 856 0088, Monday - Friday 9.30 am to 5.00 pm. Email support on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.redundancy.ie provides supportive information for anyone who has recently become unemployed. You can also find useful information at www.losingyourjob.ie.
Department of Enterprise, trade and employmentWeb: www.entemp.ie Email: email@example.com Tel: 01 631 2121Info on your employee rights, redundancy, consumers, setting up your own business etc.
Department of RevenueWeb: www.revenue.ie Get your tax life up to date, loads of info on starting work, emergency tax, working in the summer, working abroad and getting tax back.