McMahon Keyes & Co, Resources
The Companies Registration Office is the central repository of public statutory information on Irish companies and business names.
The Labour Court was established to provide a free, comprehensive service for the resolution of disputes about industrial relations, equality, organisation of working time, national minimum wage, part-time work, fixed-term work, safety, health and welfare at work, information and consultation matters.
Revenue Online Service (ROS) enables you to view your own, or your client’s, current position with Revenue for various taxes and levies, file tax returns and forms, and make payments for these taxes online in a variety of ways.
The Employment Appeals Tribunal is an independent body bound to act judicially and was set up to provide a fair, inexpensive and informal means for individuals to seek remedies for alleged infringements of their statutory rights.
Individual workers, employers and their representatives. We work with employers and employees to develop and improve good employment relations practices and procedures in their workplaces.
The Office of the Revenue Commissioners was established by Government Order in 1923. The Order provided for a Board of Commissioners. The Board comprises a Chairman and two Commissioners all of whom carry the rank of Secretary General.