Review of Recent Employment Developments in the Republic of Ireland Issued: 23/04/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23 April 2013
There have been a number of recent developments of relevance to NI employers who have employees or business interests in the Republic of Ireland.
Employment lawyers and other representatives who carry out business across the border might also find this email useful. Here are a few developments that we think might be of particular interest to most of our readers...
IRISH GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE PROGRAMME
The Government legislative programme in the Republic of Ireland is extensive and fairly radical in some respects, particularly in relation to its overhaul of workplace relations that we have reported in the past.
Relevant employment-related Acts brought into force since the coalition government
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