Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 28/6/2019Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28 June 2019 Issues covered:
What we learned this week:
- The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 has been debated in the Dáil
- A £40m PSNI holiday pay/overtime case in NI should have implications for holiday pay calculations in Ireland
- Minister Doherty moves to stop employers using Tips and Gratuities to top up wages
- The CIPD’s HR practices in Ireland survey has been published
And here's this week's contents list in full...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Legislative Update
3. The Real Cost of Holidays: Recent Developments Regarding Holiday Pay
4. European Labour Authority ready to start working
5. Doherty Moves to Stop Employers Using Tips to Top Up Wages
6. GDP revised upwards
7. Health Strike
8. Just in Case You Missed
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