Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 16/3/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 16 March 2017 Issues covered:
Highlights this week:
The Mediation Bill makes some progress through the Dáil Éireann; the gender pay gap in Ireland is 16%, although Irish women in the UK earn more than men on average; the Labour Court has issued a Notice of Intention to Conduct an Examination into Terms and Conditions in the Construction Sector; and GLEN has officially launched the Workplace Equality Index 2017.
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Mediation Bill 2017
3. Gender Pay Gap in Ireland
4. Labour Court Examination
5. Health & Safety Developments
6. UK Developments
7. Employment News in the Media
8. Friends of Legal-Island
9. Thought-Provoking Video
Case Law Reviews:
The Labour Court declines to interfere in existing
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