Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 17/7/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 July 2020
This week's top stories:
- We will be letting you know the topics for this year's 2-day online annual review of employment law in a short webinar next Friday. And Caroline McEnery has made a video for us.
- The Government has responded to the #ExtendMaternityLeave2020 campaign by proposing a counter-motion to advance the extension of Parent’s Leave and Benefit to five weeks
- RTÉ reports that over 80% of Irish employees want to continue to spend at least part of their week working from home when normal life resumes
- However, the Guardian has a sad but well-written article on the quiet, grinding loneliness of working from home. Watch out - mental health problems are on the rise
- The recording of
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