Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 21/7/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 July 2017
Highlights this week: The Low Pay Commission is recommending an increase in the national minimum wage by 30c; the Mediation Bill has been passed by the Dáil; thousands of parents are preparing for the start of more affordable childcare in September; and a fifth of employees plan to use their rights under the incoming GDPR to ask their employer or ex-employers to delete their information - we can bet it will be much higher once others catch on.
1. Case Law Reviews
2. National Minimum Wage to Increase by 30c
3. Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2017: Second Stage
4. Public Service Reform Initiatives
5. Examination into Terms and Conditions in the Mechanical Engineering and Building
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