Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 7/10/2016Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 7 October 2016 Issues covered:
Highlights this week: The Government has published the autumn legislative programme. Amongst the priority legislation is the long-awaited Mediation Bill and the Disability / Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill, which will allow ratification of the UN Convention on Rights of People with Disabilities. One of the more intriguing Bills on the list is the Health & Wellbeing (Calorie Posting and Workplace Wellbeing) Bill which will require food premises to display calories on menus and require all public sector employers to have and to report on a Health and Wellbeing policy.
Also in this issue, The Employment Law Association of Ireland has strongly criticised the operation of the new
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