Review of Recent Employment Developments 16/10/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 16 October 2015
Highlights this week: Apologies for an infuriatingly long review today. It's been a busy fortnight, with the budget bringing many employment-related changes; data protection shocks; the WRC updating all the employment dispute information available online; developments on Employment Equality (Abolition of Mandatory Retirement Age) Bill 2014; a new Bill to give effect to the provisions of the Lansdowne Road Agreement; and we have a new employment law legislative updater from ByrneWallace.
Elsewhere, our H&S section has new infographics available that help you deal with sexual harassment and violence in the workplace; and Sweden is introducing a six-hour day to combat fatigue and boost
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