Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/11/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 November 2016
Highlights this week: Lots of case law reviews this week but in other news the Public Service Pay Commission now has six Commissioners as well as a Chair; the government is consulting on subsidised affordable childcare plans; ByrneWallace has published its latest Employment Legislative Updater; and we at Legal-Island have updated our comparative employment law table. For those with business interests in the UK, there is much going on, including an overhaul of statutory sick pay and the system of ‘fit notes’ for employees suffering ill-health; Brexit (obvs); Apprenticeship Levy; and a Parliamentary Inquiry into the 'Gig Economy'. There's also a report that more than 850,000 public sector
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