Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 27/4/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 27 April 2018
Highlights this week: In Data Protection news, a number of questions deriving from the Schrems case will be referred to the CJEU on the validity under EU law of EU-US data transfers by Facebook; Deputy David Stanton, Minister for Justice and Equality, outlines his plans to expand the parental leave process to further strengthen support for parents; tens of thousands of staff who entered the public service in recent years on lower pay rates appear likely to receive special increases to allow them to catch up with longer-serving colleagues; Alan Haugh BL reviews a Court of Appeal decision
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