Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 25/1/2019Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 25 January 2019
Highlights this week: Legal Island is delighted to announce the introduction of a brand new course in our eLearning portfolio. Workplace Health & Safety is due to launch on Thursday 31st January 2019... to register your interest see our 'Healthy & Safety Developments' section! There are new Labour Court Rules - the new rules comprise six parts and applied with effect from the 21 January 2019; and the National Women's Council has called for legislation to help protect women in workplaces after a study revealed 21pc of female workers have suffered sexual harassment.
Also - This month’s ‘How Do I Handle It?’ article written by Antoinette Vahey, Partner in Ronan Daly
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