Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 1/7/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 July 2016
Highlights this week: The Paternity Leave and Benefit Bill has been published ahead of the introduction of paternity pay and leave this autumn; the new Data Protection Commissioner publishes her first annual report in a busy year for the organisation; not to be outdone, the Human Rights and Equality Commission also publishes its first report since its inception; and we have a load of important health and safety developments, including a guide on safety, health and security of mobile workers; another on the challenge of safety and health in micro and small enterprises; and a study to assess health risks for workers exposed to atypical working schedules, particularly night work. And there's
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