Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/2/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 February 2017 Issues covered:
Highlights this week: If you will be taking or responding to an employment-related claim this year, the WRC has issued guidance; the WRC has also published its work programme for the year and it reckons it will eliminate the legacy cases from its hearing pipeline by mid-2017; the Schrems data protection 'Safe Harbour' case is back in court this month; Morgan McKinley publishes its salary guide for Ireland; Ronan Daly Jermyn issue four excellent updates; and Brian Downes of Performance Cubed takes an in-depth look at recruitment strategy in our webinar, providing tips on how you can implement a successful strategy in your organisation and hire the perfect person every time.
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