Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 20/02/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20 February 2015
1. Case Law Reviews
2. 44,000+ Days Lost to Industrial Action in 2014
3. Low Pay Commission Members Appointed
4. Ireland’s Workplace Equality Index
5. Zero Hours’ Investigation
6. Accountability Board for The Civil Service
7. Six Ways a Boss can Reduce Workplace Stress
8. Third Investigation Article Published
9. Liability for Employment Breaches?
10. Happiness is a Warm Grump
11. Health & Safety Developments
12. UK Developments
13. Employment News in the Media
14. Thought-Provoking Videos
Highlights: It's been a very busy fortnight - we find that days lost to industrial action in Ireland almost tripled last year; the Low Pay Commission members have been appointed; Ireland’s first Workplace
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