Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 02/04/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 2 April 2015
Highlights: Our all-new comparative employment law table; falling labour costs; talent plans; news in the media from Ireland and around the world; UK developments and a thought-provoking and inspiring video on “Living Beyond Limits”.
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Comparative Employment Law Table Released
3. Labour Costs Fall But Still Relatively High
4. National Minimum Wage
5. EU Take up on Paternity and Parental Leave
6. Contract Cleaning Industry JLC
7. Talent Action Plan For Equality In The Civil Service
8. Health & Safety Developments
9. UK Developments
10. Employment News in the Media
11. Employment News Elsewhere
12. Thought-Provoking Videos
Case Law Reviews: We have two case law
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