Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 13/4/2018

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 13 April 2018
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Highlights this week: Data protection for children and young adults features this week - readers who are parents should take note; Diarmaid Gavin from RDJ has written an excellent article on managing the impact of Brexit on your business; plans for paid parental leave become clearer; and a court in Australia has found that a boss lifting his buttocks and breaking wind on an employee does not necessarily constitute bullying. What a strange world we live in. This week's interview on workplace investigations with Caroline McEnery of the HR Suite is now available to stream:



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