Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 18/09/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18 September 2015
Highlights: The JLC is inviting applications from representative bodies that wish to be included on a panel; the Courts Service is inviting tenders from firms of solicitors authorised to practice in Ireland; the first same-sex marriages will take place before the end of the year; Department of Health will not extend the smoking ban to include e-cigarettes and vaping devices; hospital nurses are being burnt out; the UK government brings anti-trade union laws a step forward in GB; and SIPTU train drivers in Irish Rail will commence a ballot for industrial action on Monday.
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