Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 29/3/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 March 2018
Highlights this week: It might be Easter but lots of things have happened in the last fortnight. For example, a review of JLCs has been announced; we have the latest developments on the GDPR, including three articles from experts and a new event for HR professionals on 15th May; the EU Commission has produced an online Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals; and a waiter in Canada fired for "aggressive" and "rude" behaviour towards other staff says he has an excuse: he's French and French culture "tends to be more direct and expressive." Surely stereotyping isn't permissible even if you yourself use it to describe your behaviour?
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