Employment Law Developments April 2016Posted in : ByrneWallace Employment Law Legislative Updater on 26 April 2016
ByrneWallace Employment Law Developments - April 2016
Summary of Legislative Developments
Covering legislative updates from October 2015 to March 2016, some of the highlights include;
- The enactment of the Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2015, which makes a number of amendments to employment equality legislation in relation to compulsory retirement ages, discriminatory advertisements and the restriction of derogations from equality laws for religious run educational and medical institutions.
- The enactment of the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions and Certain Disclosures) Act 2016, which provides that convictions may be regarded as spent once certain conditions are satisfied.
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