Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 10/1/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 January 2020
Happy New Year to all our readers. Welcome back to the first fortnightly review email of 2020. Here's what we learned over the festive period:
- The National Minimum Wage will go up to €10.10 from February
- Two free webinars - A&L Goodbody's Case Law Review and Jennifer Cashman’s Annual Review of Employment Law will be held on 23rd Jan
- Changes to the employment permits system for workers from outside the EEA came into force last week
- The Government has published a guide to living and working conditions in Ireland in 19 European languages
- The WRC has found that RTÉ discriminated against a former TV producer when it forced her to retire at the age of 65
And here's this week's contents list
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