Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 19/09/2014Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 19 September 2014
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Data Protection
3. Cuts Hitting Women Hardest
4. Top Companies Impacting on Unemployment
5. Difficult Conversations
6. Health and Safety
7. Employment News in the Media
8. Employment News Elsewhere
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An interesting article on the commencement of section 4(13) of the Data Protection Acts which provides that employers are prohibited from asking employees to submit to them details of a data access request. News this week that women have been hit hardest during this economic recession with the casualization of work disproportionately affecting women more than their male counterpart. In Section 4, we have a publication from Business in the
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