Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 15/11/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15 November 2013 Issues covered:
1. National Vetting Bureau Act 2012 Developments
2. Merge of Irish Human Rights & Equality Authority
3. Companies Bill and Parental Leave Bill
4. Freedom of information Fees
5. Health & Safety Developments
6. GB Developments
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Employment News Elsewhere
9. Case Law Reviews
Highlights include an exclusive Q&A from Ronan Daly Jermyn on vetting in the workplace; annual reports from what will become the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission next year; the latest on the Companies Bill and Parental Leave Bill and FOI fees; health and safety advice and much more.
Case Law Review this week: the Labour Court concludes that an employer was entitled to
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