Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 11/07/2014

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 11 July 2014

CONTENTS

Case Law Reviews
Workplace Reform Bill Approved
Whistleblowing Developments
Garda Vetting Procedures - Administrative Filter
Freedom of Information Fees
Equality in Teaching
Ratification of Domestic Workers' Convention
Inland waterways and Organisation of Working Time
Health Insurance Premia
CSR Forum
Mirror, Mirror on the wall
Human Rights and Equality Post
Employment News in the Media
Employment News Elsewhere
What's New?

Highlights: The big employment news this week is, of course, Government approval for the Workplace Relations Bill 2014. It's been a while in the planning but it is intended that

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