Temporary Agency Workers DirectivePosted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 20 December 2011
The Minister has now published the Bill to give effect to the Temporary Agency Workers Directive and we will shortly circulate an email in relation to the Bill. The Minister has also confirmed that the Bill will be effective from the 5th December 2011 with enactment of legislation expected in early 2012.
The retrospective nature of the Temporary Agency Workers legislation has caused surprise, and no level of confusion. This was an unexpected development. From a legal perspective, retrospective legislation raises constitutional issues and this will have to be looked at in more detail now that the Bill has been published.
In this article we aim to provide practical advice to agencies and
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