Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 10/01/2014

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 January 2014 Issues covered:


1. Email Service Survey
2. Workplace Relations Systems
3. New Arrangements for non-EEA Doctors
4. Forfás To Go
5. Revenue Figures
6. Honesty & Communication Key to Good Recruitment
7. Health & Safety Developments
8. GB Developments
9. Employment Cases in the Media
10. Employment News Elsewhere
11. Case Law Reviews

Highlights: The DJEI is looking for someone to create a new management solution for dealing with customers under the new workplace relations system; the Revenue carried out 45,000 PAYE compliance checks in 2013; the Health and Safety section includes news of the first UK tribunal we know of involving the use of e-cigarettes in the workplace, as well as developments and advice

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