Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 6/5/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 6 May 2016 Issues covered:
Highlights this week: A busy fortnight we have had in Irish employment law. We bring you the latest ByrneWallace legislative updater, summarising employment legislative updates from October 2015 to March 2016; we have the commencement of laws relating to spent convictions and vetting of employees; publication of the review employee protection legislation in the context of ensuring that limited liability or restructuring are not used to avoid a company’s obligations to its employees; and the WRC has published its strategy for, amongst other things, continuing the reduction in waiting times to have an employment claim adjudicated. The new Adjudicator decisions are now appearing online,
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