Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 20/03/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20 March 2015 Issues covered:
Highlights: The WRC is seeking applications for the new Board; over 5,000 pre-independence laws are to be repealed; pay rises are expected in Ireland this year, just as the Low Pay Commission seeks your views on minimum wage levels; there's a revealing report on public sector staff motivation levels; and McDowell Purcell have an interesting article on who owns social media contacts. Plus, we have an enormous number of developments in the UK for those with interests outside Ireland and three Legal-Island speakers, Alan Haugh BL, Kevin Foley and Ger Deering, have important announcements to make - see Friends of Legal-Island for details.
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