Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 18/12/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18 December 2020
Welcome to the final weekly update of the year. And what a year it's been, almost nothing of note happened. Dull, dull, dull. Let's hope for more action in 2021. Take care, everyone. See you next year.
This week's top stories:
- Our case review this week highlights the importance of following fair dismissal procedures during a probationary period and came with a €60k compensation recommendation.
- The National Minimum Wage increases from the 1st of January 2021.
- The DPC has issued guidance on data transfers to the UK from January and the story of two lecturers talking after student presentations on Zoom highlights the Danger of Online Recordings.
- Despite the ongoing challenge of COVID and the
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