Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 01/11/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 November 2013
1. Workplace Solutions on Employment Relations
2. Health and Safety
3. EU Survey: Mediation in Civil and Commercial Cases
4. Do you Trust your Staff when they call in Sick?
5. GB Developments
6. Deloitte: Launch of Global HC Trends 2014 Survey
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Employment News Elsewhere
9. Case Law Reviews
Highlights include a new paper on workplace bullying and investigations in Ireland and a survey that finds employers don't trust staff when they phone in sick. Can't think why. And, do you remember the story about the Australian government worker who sued the employer after a hotel light fitting fell on her during sex while on a work trip? After six long years the case
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