Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 18/10/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18 October 2013
1. Employment-Related Budget Changes
2. Employment Equality Consultation
3. Ireland to get a Court of Appeal
4. Review of JLC System
5. Legislation to Abolish 80 Town Councils
6. Early Intervention Key to Reducing MSD Absence Levels
7. Whistleblowing Bill
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Employment News Elsewhere
10. Case Law Review
A bumper review of developments. Highlights include Mazars' guide to the employment-related changes in the Budget; the Equality Authority seeking views on removing exclusions from the Equality Acts; a new EU study shows early intervention and patient education programmes can considerably reduce absence due to back pain and other MSDs; and the Report of the
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