Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 27/06/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 27 June 2014 Issues covered:
1. Case Law Reviews
2. How to Ask for a Payrise
3. Common Ireland/UK Visa
4. Mainstreaming Equality Support in Further Education and Training Sector
5. The Future of the Bar
6. NI Developments
7. Health and Safety Developments
8. Employment News in the Media
9. Employment News Elsewhere
Highlights: Lots of case law reviews for readers this week, ever wondered how to ask for a pay rise - interesting video from Brenda Dooley discussing this, big developments in Northern Ireland this week with the Department for Employment and Learning publishing a consultation on zero hour contracts. In Employment news Obama administration is working to ensure that gay and lesbian Americans are eligible
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