Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 21/06/2013

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 June 2013 Issues covered:


1. Rights of Workers in Collective Bargaining
2. EU and Health & Safety
3. Recent Irish Employment News
4. News Elsewhere
5. Case Law – Race Discrimination & Equal Pay
6. Question Time – Parental Leave

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has formally requested the assistance of the International Labour Organisation to ensure the Irish Government makes good on a commitment to give legal backing to the right of workers to collectively bargain with employers, through a trade union. ICTU argues that Ireland must take positive action to safeguard the practice of all basic human rights, including the right of

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