Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 08/08/2014

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 8 August 2014 Issues covered:


1. Case Law Reviews
2. Protected Disclosures
3. Employment Equality Decisions
4. Justice Department Reforms
5. Enforced Subject Access Now an Offence
6. Workplace Relations Bill
7. New Framework for Pay and Pension Agreements
8. Property Tax Deductions
9. What Drives Your HR Team?
10. New Employment Permits Legislation
11. Health and Safety
12. Employment News in the Media
13. Employment News Elsewhere

Highlights: The whistleblowing legislation was commenced last month and the government has now put several useful links online for those with an interest in protected disclosures, which should, of course, be all employers for starters; we have an article from Alan Haugh BL on the other

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