Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 29/11/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 November 2013
1. Compulsory Collective Bargaining
2. Pension Developments
3. Mediation in Irish Workplaces
4. Resolving Dignity at Work Issues
5. Bankruptcy Increase
6. Action Plan for Jobs
7. NI Pub Poppy Ban Unlawful
8. Health & Safety Developments
9. GB Developments
10. Employment Cases in the Media
11. Employment News Elsewhere
12. Case Law Reviews
Highlights include 'compulsory' collective bargaining to be introduced in Ireland; a dissertation on mediation in Irish workplaces; jobs are on the increase but bankruptcies are set to rocket; a Belfast pub chain is fined £1 for banning a family wearing poppies from its premises; and UK employees are to be given the right to share maternity leave and pay
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