Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/5/2017Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 11 May 2017
Highlights this week:
The big news is that the Government has approved draft legislative proposals in response to the commitment in the Programme for Government to address problems caused by the increased casualisation of work and to strengthen the regulation of precarious work; we've also had detailed scrutiny of the Employment Equality (Abolition of Mandatory Retirement Age) Bill 2016; the first report of the Public Service Pay Commission; and the Report of the First Review of the Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015.
In addition, this fortnight's review includes news that five extra days off in holiday leave would boost productivity; and the Data Protection Commissioner has issued guidance on
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