Remote, Flexible Working and Work Life Balance – Where Are We Now?Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 4 October 2022 Issues covered: Remote Working; Hybrid Working; Right to Disconnect; Flexible Working
It's been a year like no other in respect of employment law changes in Ireland and taking into account the degree of overlap between some of the proposed schemes and legislation (and the changing timeframes for implementation), anyone can be forgiven for losing track of where we have gotten to as we head towards the end of 2022.
2021 saw the introduction of the Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Right to Disconnect (the RTD Code), with the draft scheme for the Right to Request Remote Working Bill (the RRR Scheme) and Work Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2022 (the WLB Bill) following in early 2022. While different in name and (largely) in nature, each
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