Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 7/12/2018

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 7 December 2018
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Highlights this week:

Mazars discuss a number of recent developments concerning the employment status of workers; the Government is to bring forward legislation to increase the number of ordinary judges in the Court of Appeal from 9 to 15 to reduce delays in the system; the monthly unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest figure since February 2008; Ronan Daly Jermyn Solicitors outline the main components of the latest DPC report; the Department of Justice and Equality is developing a National Strategy to improve the lives of LGBTI people in Ireland; Laura Graham, Partner at Reddy Charlton Solicitors, considers mobility clauses in contracts of

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