Part-Time Work Legislation - Holiday Entilement and Acting Up ResponsibilitiesPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 4 November 2011 Issues covered:
Our latest review of Labour Court decisions looks at the rights of part-time workers and, in particular, anomalies in holiday entitlement calculations and the right to take more responsibility as a condition of service.
Atypical workers, i.e. those employees who do not work in typical full time, permanent employment scenarios, have been an integral part of the labour market for some years now and this is reflected in the legal protections afforded such workers across the European Union. Legal-Island has recently reported (Email No.928, 20 October) that the deadline for the transposition of the Temporary Agency Work directive in Ireland is soon due (5 December) but as yet no bill
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