Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/8/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 August 2017
Highlights this week:
There's not a huge amount going on at the moment, other than case law (which is really big this week), although readers in L&D will be interested to know that the European Classification of Skills, Competences, Occupations and Qualifications is now live. A global study of 250,000 participants has found that men are struggling to juggle work and family life just as much as women, but feel less able to talk about the issue. The big employment law news in the UK is that employment tribunal fees have been ruled unlawful by their Supreme Court. Closer to home, congratulations to Legal-Island annual review speakers Ciara O'Kennedy and Julie Austin on making partner at
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