Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 07/08/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 7 August 2015 Issues covered:
Highlights: New collective bargaining rights being brought into law and the right to accrue holidays during sick periods also coming into operation; Ciara Mc Mahon from Hayes Solicitors has an interesting article which discusses the interaction between subject access requests under Data Protection legislation and the discovery process in litigation; McCann Fitzgerald has issued a briefing on an important Supreme Court decision; and the proportion of people who think that Ireland is a leader in Europe on human rights and equality rose by 15 percentage points after the Marriage Equality referendum was held.
Elsewhere, research shows working nights is as dangerous as drinking on duty and
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