Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 29/7/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 July 2016
Highlights this week: It's always busy in employment law just before the holidays - new Regulations set out which accidents need to be reported to the HSA; the new laws on Paternity Leave and Benefit will apply from 1st September; we have new laws on protections for posted workers; teachers could face public fitness to teach hearings and the WRC has published an employment law booklet aimed at SMEs.
And some sobering research has come out just before most of us take time away from the office - office workers are 60% more likely to die prematurely than non-office workers in non-sedentary jobs. Office work is as deadly as smoking, apparently. So, exercise at least an hour a day if you want to
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