Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/10/2018

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 October 2018
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Highlights this week: The PAYE system, which was first introduced in 1960, is changing to ‘real time’; there are 5 new Signatories to the Diversity Charter; cybercrime incidents have greatly increased and are a threat to Ireland's attractiveness as a business location; and a recording of our webinar on probation periods with Caroline McEnery, Managing Director of The HR Suite, is available online:


1. Case Law Reviews
2. Important Information for Employers to Prepare for Changes to the PAYE System
3. Diversity Charter
4. Data Protection Update
5. Just in Case

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