Review of Recent Employment Developments 02/10/2015

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 2 October 2015 Issues covered:

Highlights: Whistleblowing guidance for public bodies has been published for consultation. It should be best practice, so private sector organisations should also take note. And the Workplace Relations Act is now in force. It's taken a while but we should see a more streamlined and effective system for resolving workplace disputes going forward. Davnet O'Driscoll from Amorys Solicitors has a summary for readers. 

Employment Regulation Orders have been reinstated - initially for the security and for the contract cleaning industries. The Marriage Bill 2015 has been published online. As the world shrinks, we bring you details of comparative employment laws in France and India - very

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