Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 04/04/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 April 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Bill 2014
3. Employment Equality (Abolition of Mandatory Retirement Age) Bill 2014
4. Health and Safety Developments
5. Temporary Agency Work
6. Unlawful Working
7. Employment News in the Media
8. Employment News Elsewhere
Highlights: Looks like all job lovers out there could be allowed to work a lot longer if the new legislation on retirement ages is given the go-ahead; There are a ton of health and safety developments be careful you don’t get tired out reading them and the EU has found that we're a load of cheats, who work under the counter.
Case Law Reviews: Two reviews this week both under the Unfair Dismissals Acts. The
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