Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 17/04/2014

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 April 2014 Issues covered:


1. Case Law Reviews
2. S.37 of the Employment Equality Acts
3. Children First Bill 2014
4. Pensions
5. Health and Safety Developments
6. Worker Mobility
7. Under-Employment
8. World's Toughest Job
9. Employment News in the Media
10. Employment News Elsewhere

Highlights: How do you balance religious beliefs that cut across other anti-discrimination employment laws on social characteristics that run counter to the beliefs of religious organisations e.g. non-religious teachers in schools? The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission designate has published a report and recommendations. The Children First Bill is available to see at its first stage. The European Parliament has adopted the

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