Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 14/11/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 November 2014 Issues covered:
1. Case Law Review
2. Freedom of Information Act 2014
3. Working Hours
4. Comparative NI/GB Employment Laws
5. Court Fees Updated
6. New Commissioners
7. Executive Legal Officer
8. 50% of Current Occupations to Go by 2025
9. Employment News in the Media
10. Employment News Elsewhere
Highlights: The government has published a useful summary of the new fee structure under the new Freedom of Information Act; Morgan McKinley find that 70% of Irish professionals work longer than their contracted hours and two-thirds feel obligated to do so. Lucky for them, perhaps, that another survey estimates 50% of current occupations will be gone by 2025. Knowing our luck, we'll be left with the long-hour
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