Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 12/12/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 December 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Gender Imbalance
3. LinkedIn Sued Over Reference Facilities
4. No Whistling Here Please
5. That's a Bit Sinister
6. UK Developments
7. H&S Developments
8. Employment News in the Media
9. Employment News Elsewhere
Highlights: There is a big gender imbalance in senior positions within higher education; the EU is consulting over working time; left-handed people earn less over their working life; 30% of trainee doctors in Ireland are bullied; LinkedIn is being sued over its referencing facilities; and we'd like you to give us feedback in our two-question survey on this email service.
Case Law Reviews: Three cases this week - the first is an Equality Tribunal
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