Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 06/03/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 6 March 2015 Issues covered:


1. Case Law Reviews
2. Companies Act 2014
3. Whistleblowing in the European Workplace
4. Pay Rises Expected
5. Health & Safety Developments
6. UK Developments
7. Employment News in the Media
8. Employment News Elsewhere
9. Friends of Legal-Island
10. Essential Employment Law for Irish Businesses – 16 April
11. Thought-Provoking Videos

Highlights: Hayes solicitors consider recent Irish TUPE case law (see below case law section); the Department of Justice and Equality seeks an Irish member of the CJEU (also see below case law section); Mazars looks at the new Companies Act; we have a European comparison on whistleblowing laws; pay rises are expected in Ireland; an employee is threatened

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015

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