Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 28/9/2018Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28 September 2018
Highlights this week:
The WRC has published a new guide to employment, labour and equality law which provides information on employment rights and equality legislation applying in Ireland; 'persons with young children need not apply' was the shocking directive in a recent job advert posted by a Dublin-based oil company on a recruitment search engine; Morgan McKinley considers global mobility in Ireland including the disciplines and roles most prone to global mobility and the most popular relocation destinations for Irish professionals; and hurry! - the application deadline for the Legal-Island Irish HR Awards 2018 is fast approaching. Entries close at 5pm today (Friday 28th September).
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