Review of Recent Employment Developments 11/12/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 11 December 2015
Highlights this week: We get some clarification on parental leave and disability issues and the EU Commission has proposed a European Accessibility Act, which will set common accessibility requirements for certain key products and services that will help people with disabilities at EU level to participate fully in society. If brought into force, it could have a profound impact on the way we do business and treat disabled customers. And still with equality issues, there's a new Oireachtas Joint Committee report on the proposed abolition of mandatory retirement ages.
Also in this issue, the WRC has handily pulled all the relevant workplace relations legislation into one place on its
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