Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 24/03/2016

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24 March 2016
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Highlights this week: If you fancy some light reading before the Easter break (or after it, if you're already off), you come to the wrong place. We consider a new Anglo-Irish agreement to protect cross-border workers; we discover two weeks' paid paternity leave is being fast-tracked for introduction in September; we are bemused to find three quarters of Irish employees work for free, at least some of the time; we are shocked that the number of employees in the EU over the age of 65 still working has gone up almost 50% in ten years; we're confused by the NI government departments' change of

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