Review of Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 14/05/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 May 2013
1. Electromagnetic Protection
2. Online Tool for De-stressing at Work
3. Croke Park II Update
4. Updated Guide on Prevention of Asbestos
6. Irish Employment News in the media
7. Case Law Reviews
8. Question Time – Extension of Parental Leave
CASE LAW REVIEWS: two successful claims at Equality Tribunal on age discrimination and retirement and gender discrimination on maternity grounds; and the Supreme Court rules REAs unconstitutional.
1. ELECTROMAGNETIC PROTECTION
The Council of the EU, the European Parliament and the European Commission have reached an agreement on 26 March on a new directive protecting workers from potential risks
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