Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 29/05/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 May 2015
Highlights: The Workplace Relations Bill is now an Act; the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Bill 2015 will reform the current law on employees' right to engage in collective bargaining; the National Minimum Wage (Low Pay Commission) Bill was published and provides for the establishment of the Low Pay Commission on a statutory basis; the government has published a proposed Corporate Governance Standard for Government Departments; Private Investigators must have a license from November; and McDowell Purcell write about injunctions and strikes.
Elsewhere, we have updated information on handling stress; the NI Employment Bill is discussed at Stormont; the Conservative government in GB bans
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