Teagasc Farm Labour Manual
This manual aims to assist farmers who are currently employing, or thinking about employing, a labour unit for the first time. It brings together the expertise of front line Teagasc advisors, educators, human resources personnel and researchers across Teagasc. Contributions from commercial dairy farmers and the Workplace Relations Commission further enhance this highly practical publication.
For information and resources on hiring staff, click here
For information on legal requirements and ensuring health and saftey standards are met on the farm, click here.
Tax Issues and Cost
For information on Tax issues and costs involved in employing labour on dairy farms, click here.
For information on hiring staff and managiong employees, click here.
View presentations and proceedings from previous Labour Conferences and Workshops here
- Employing People - Getting the Basics Right
- Workshops July 2014 Employing Labour - Speaker's Presentations
- Workshops July 2014 Employing Labour - Farmer comments
Collaborative farming is two or more farmers working together in a formal arrangement for the mutual benefit of all those involved in the arrangement. Find out more here
Workplace Relations Commisions
Click here for information on workplace relations services and employment rights framework for employers and employees from the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).