Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 22/08/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 22 August 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Low Pay Commission
3. UK Case Law Review 2014
4. Employment News in the Media
5. Employment News Elsewhere
6. Friends of Legal-Island
Case Law Reviews: Two EAT cases this week - the first involves selection criteria for redundancy; the second is a constructive dismissal case involving allegedly unrealistic sales targets.
Highlights this week: In a fairly quiet fortnight, it looks like we might get a Low Pay Commission; readers with interests in the UK might find our latest round-up of case law interesting; the rail strike will cause chaos for the next month, so it's as well Dublin's going to win the football and not so many people will have to travel so far in the
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