Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 23/08/2013

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23 August 2013 Issues covered:


1. Health and Safety Developments
2. GB Developments
3. Virtual Reality
4. Recent Employment News in Ireland
5. Employment News Elsewhere
6. Case Law – Unfair Redundancy Selection
7. Question Time – Changing Office Location & Maternity

Highlights include new asbestos guidance; an online helpline and a hologram receptionist in GB; a report finds one in three nurses called before fitness-to-practise inquiries in Ireland have problems with alcohol or drug abuse; and 44 English football clubs are warned by the tax authorities over apparent failure to pay the UK national minimum wage.

Case law essentials this week - an EAT rules that "The bald reliance of last in first out was unfair where

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