The Work Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2022Posted in : EY Law Insights on 5 December 2022
In this month’s EY Law Insight – Deirdre Malone, Partner, and Laura Ryan, Solicitor, in the Employment Team at EY Law, look at the purpose and proposed changes of The Work Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2022.
Juggling work and life is probably on top of every working person’s agenda, second only (sometimes) to financial reward. Long before the pandemic upended any prospect of clear lines between work and life, the EU published a Directive on work/life balance.
Ireland had three years to reflect on how best to achieve the initiatives in the Directive, but unfortunately the legislative platform to launch this well-intentioned Directive has not yet been
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This article is correct at 05/12/2022
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