Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 2/12/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 2 December 2016
Highlights this week: A new Employment Permits Online System (EPOS) means that the application to decision time can take as little as 5 - 7 working days to complete; a public consultation on the forthcoming National Women's Strategy has been launched that could "set the blueprint on women’s equality for the years ahead."; all of the dispute resolution bodies of the state are now located under one roof in Lansdowne House; the HSA has published a series of publications that can help you prepare for winter, and the unique hazards presented by the harsh weather - very handy; and the IHREC has welcomed Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s historic move towards State recognition of Traveller ethnicity.
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