Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 25/07/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 25 July 2014 Issues covered:
1. Case Law Review
2. Protected Disclosures Act 2014
3. Court of Appeal Approved
4. Irish Employment Law Legislative Updater
5. Houses of the Oireachtas (Appointments to Certain Offices) Bill 2014
6. Employment Permits (Amendment) Bill 2014
7. NERA Annual Report
8. Use of CCTV at Work
9. Appointment of Chief Commissioner
10. Employment News in the Media
11. News Elsewhere
12. Managing Difficult Conversations
13. Labour Law Conference
Case Law Review: The Labour Court accepts refusal to employ a claimant because of poor standards of English was justified.
Highlights: The whistleblowing legislation is commenced - get ready for claims and allegations of 'corporate greed', 'embezzlement' or 'fraud'
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