Update on Agency WorkersPosted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 8 December 2011
Deirdre Crowley and Catherine-Ellen O’Keeffe at Crowley Solicitors highlight a significant development in recent days on the application of the EU Agency Work Directive in Irish law. This development sees rights extending to both private and public sector temporary agency workers as and from 5 December 2011. Private sector employers are advised to take particular note of these developments.
A public notice released by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (the “Department”) on 4 and 5 December last states that all temporary agency workers are entitled from 5 December to equal treatment in basic employment conditions in the same way as if directly recruited by the
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