Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 16/12/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 16 December 2016
Highlights this week: Welcome to our last Friday review email of the year - we'll be back in the New Year with a bumper edition, assuming some relevant things happen between now and then.
We finish 2016 with a busy fortnight's worth of news: The Low Pay Commission has been asked to review the rates for board and lodgings, which are reckonable as part of the national minimum wage; Accessibility, Consolidation and Online Publication of Legislation is the latest brief for the Law Reform Commission - how best can we collate and make legislation available to all?
The Law Society of Ireland has said it will welcome a record number of solicitors in 2016 as a result of the Brexit vote; and the
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