Review of Recent Employment Developments 29/1/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 January 2016 Issues covered:
Highlights this week: Lots going on in this edition - the Government has approved their proposals for the necessary legislative amendments to family leave legislation to allow for the introduction of 2 weeks paternity leave, as from September 2016; an Interdepartmental Group has been set up to look at retirement and pensions - they could do worse than look at the William Fry Employment Report 2016: Age in the Workplace in section 3; and there will be a twin track examination of protections in law for employees and unsecured creditors.
In other news, the Criminal Justice (Offences relating to Information Systems) Bill 2016 has been published and there's lots going on for Data Protection Day;
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