Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 10/07/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 July 2015 Issues covered:

Highlights: We have changes to equality laws proposed in education and health sectors; our comparative law table has been updated; there's a new report on the use of the organisation of working time 48 hour opt-out clause in the EU; a report on comparative world-wide workplace whistleblowing laws; news on the Mediation Bill; top guidance for anyone going to Greece for business or pleasure; public sector absence rates and costs have tumbled; and much, much more. 


1. Case Law Reviews
2. Employment Equality (Amendment) Bill 2015
3. Comparative Employment Law table Updated
4. 48 Hour Working Week Opt-In
5. Worldwide Whistleblowing Guide
6. New CJEU Judge Nomination
7. Equality and Human

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