Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 20/7/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20 July 2018 Issues covered:
Highlights this week: We've had a big fortnight for employment law developments in Ireland: the Low Pay Commission is recommending an increase in the national minimum wage of 25 cents per hour, bringing it to €9.80 from January 2019; the Public Service Superannuation (Age of Retirement) Bill 2018, which provides for an increase to age 70 in the compulsory retirement age for most public servants recruited before 1 April 2004, has been published; a Statutory Review of the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 on the fourth anniversary of its introduction has been published - it is a really useful review for anyone interested in this area of employment law and includes FAQs, case law reviews,
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