Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 24/07/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24 July 2015 Issues covered:

Highlights: The Low Pay Commission has recommended a 50c increase in the National Minimum Wage; the government has announced a package of potential childcare reforms, including (potentially) a full year's paid leave for parents; and the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Bill 2015 has passed all stages in the Houses of the Oireachtas.  

In addition, we have the William Fry Employment Snapshot 2015 that looks at trends in social media in Irish workplaces; Mazars has published its External Employee Motivation Survey 2015, which considers the impact that the improvement in the Irish economy had on levels of employee motivation; and we have a copy of top solicitor Alastair Purdy's book

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