Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 26/06/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 June 2015

Highlights: A guide to the Companies Act from Lee & Sherlock Solicitors; potential changes to LGBT employees' rights in the education sector; the Workplace Relations Act 2015 has finally been published online; lots of Data Protection news, including the new Commissioner's first annual report and the Council of Ministers has approved new EU-wide Regulations, with potential penalties for breaches of up to €1m or 2% of the company’s global annual turnover; and we also have a splendid infographic from SOR Solicitors called ‘Dismissing Employees in Ireland Procedures and Pitfalls’ that we know

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