Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 17/04/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 April 2015
Highlights: The government is considering the introduction of a full year’s paid parental leave, split between both parents; McDowell Purcell explore the impact of covert recording in the Irish workplace; the EU Commission is consulting social partners on consolidating information and consultation Directives; and the Haddington Road agreement continues to cause grief for some.
Elsewhere, a US chief executive takes a pay cut so his employees can enjoy a pay rise; and 'treason' abounds in England, as staff at Windsor castle consider taking industrial action over low pay. Plus, discounted tickets for the smart business show next week, you have a chance to win a signed copy of legal excellent
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