Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 17/8/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 August 2018
Highlights this week: Social Welfare Inspectors conducted approximately 1,000 inspections of employers in Dublin city in recent weeks in an attempt to detect instances of false self-employment and other possible abuses of the PRSI system; a study carried out by Mason Hayes & Curran in May 2018 has unveiled that female lawyers are grappling with the challenges of balancing work and home life and these factors may be impeding the progress of women to the more senior positions; and the Labour Court has published its Annual Report for 2017, announcing it received 1093 referrals, held 708 hearings, issued 530 recommendations and investigated 152 cases that were settled prior to or at a
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