Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 12/06/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 June 2015

Highlights: the big news for many readers is that the Workplace Relations Act 2015 will be commenced on 1st October, although others might be more concerned with the commencement of the Companies Act 2014 from 1st June. We also have developments in relation to domestic workers, 'Enforced Subject Access Requests', calls for Deafblindness to be recognised as a distinct disability and much more.  

CONTENTS

1. Case Law Reviews
2. Workplace Relations Act 2015
3. Companies Act in Force
4. Childcare and Domestic Work Sector
5. Enforced Subject Access Requests
6. Annual Employment Survey 2014
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This article is correct at 06/10/2015
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