Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 7/8/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 7 August 2020
This week's top stories:
- Who are the 5 new speakers and 2 'old' favourites confirmed at this year's 2-day annual review of employment law?
- It is your last chance to comment on DBEI's remote working consultation.
- Luckily, a new apprenticeship consultation has just been launched.
- A&L Goodbody's Employment Team address a number of key questions in relation to collective redundancies.
- Mason Hayes & Curran LLP report that in-house lawyers are now more likely to include pandemics in their standard force majeure clauses.
- Finally, can we really expect employers to do D&I in a recession? Are Inclusion Nudges an immediate solution and what should they look like?
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