Updates to the JLC System

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 23 April 2014
Ronan Daly Jermyn
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We have heard a lot in recent times in relation to updates to the JLC system but we are currently unaware as to where we are with it and what we tell our staff. How do I handle it?

Caoimhe Heery writes:

In this email we will take a look at recent developments with regard to Employment Agreements and examine where we are at present. Firstly, it is important to set out the terms used in relation to Employment Agreements and understand where they come from.

Employment Agreements, as provided for by the Industrial Relations Acts 1946 to 1990 (the “Industrial Relations Acts”), are agreements on pay and conditions of employment by two sides in an industry or undertaking. The Industrial Relations

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