Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 13/06/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 13 June 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Whistleblowing Bill Passes Report Stage
3. Social Welfare and Pensions Bill 2014
4. Review of Department of Justice and Equality
5. Sick Pay and Custom and Practice Argument
6. World Cup Sickies
7. Revenue Publish Defaulters List
8. Top Irish Companies Contribute Over €24 Million to Charities
9. Health and Safety Developments
10. Employment News in the Media
11. Employment News Elsewhere
12. Friends of Legal-Island
Highlights this week: The Protected Disclosures Bill 2013 has passed the report stage in the Dáil; the Social Welfare and Pensions Bill 2014 has been published; the Department for Justice and Equality is to be reviewed; we have an interesting article
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