Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 5/1/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 5 January 2018
Happy New Year to all our readers.
Highlights this week: The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a new Directive for more transparent and predictable working conditions across the EU, particularly in relation to atypical contracts; Leman Solicitors has provided a template Unusual Absence Policy that might be helpful if your place has been affected by Storm Eleanor; health care sector employees who are not public servants are likely to strike in February; there were 47 fatal workplace accidents in Ireland in 2017, with agriculture accounting for more than half - the eighth year in a row that this sector recorded the highest number of work related fatalities; and we have a free
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