Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/10/2019Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 October 2019
What we learned this week:
- Ireland’s workforce is getting older - the proportion of the workforce aged 55 and has doubled in 20 years
- Guest lecture payments should now be made a net of PAYE, USC and PRSI deductions
- If your workplace has been affected by storm Lorenzo, RDJ and the WRC have some practical advice for you about employment rights in extreme weather conditions
- There has been a 12% increase in visa applications and an 11% annual increase in the number of non-EEA nationals living in Ireland
- Caroline McEnery's webinar recording on the importance of having a company policy on dignity and respect is now online
And here's this week's contents list in full...
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