Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 17/2/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 February 2017
Highlights this week:
The big news is the publication of the Mediation Bill. It doesn't apply to WRC cases but, when enacted, it will impact on many employment-related civil claims and much else and will require solicitors and barristers to inform clients about mediation. Further, court proceedings won't start until a statutory declaration is made by the solicitor confirming that these obligations have been discharged in relation to the client.
There's also some good advice on road safety from the HSA; a literature review on cancer survivors in the workplace from OSHA; a free webinar and written paper on recent UK case law from Legal-Island; and some unbelievable stories in our media
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