Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 21/02/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 February 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Protected Disclosures Bill 2013
3. Extreme Weather Events
4. Interesting articles
5. NI Update: New Increase of Limits Order
6. Health & Safety Developments
7. GB Developments
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Employment News Elsewhere
10. Vetting, Child Protection and Whistleblowing in the Workplace
Highlights this week: Readers may be interested in an article written by Lauren Kierans BL on the Protected Disclosures Bill, which is now at the advanced stage in the Dáil; or the Workplace Relations website FAQs on extreme weather events and the impact this has on the workplace; or two interesting articles, including tablets for business and a recent survey on
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