Employment Law Legislative Updater – September 2017

Posted in : ByrneWallace Employment Law Legislative Updater on 7 September 2017
Emmet Whelan
ByrneWallace Solicitors
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The latest employment law legislative updater from ByrneWallace covers legislative updates from April 2017 to August 2017 (inclusive).

There have been some important developments during this period, mainly in the area of proposed new legislation (bills) and the key highlights include;

• The enactment of the Competition (Amendment) Act 2017 which establishes rights for certain categories of self-employed workers to be represented by a trade union for the purposes of collective bargaining.

• The Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman Act 2017 sees the merger of the Financial Services Ombudsman Bureau and the Office of Pensions Ombudsman into one body the Financial Services and Pensions

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This article is correct at 07/09/2017

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Emmet Whelan
ByrneWallace Solicitors

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