Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 24/7/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24 July 2020 Issues covered: Annual Review of Employment Law; Worker v Self Employed; Dismissal During Probation
- Rather cryptically, there is "no further information" on the proposed extension to Parent’s Leave and Benefit entitlements to increase to five weeks.
- SIPTU believes some healthcare workers did not declare symptoms of Covid-19 to their employers because their income would drop.
- Women working from home 'have been told to dress sexier for video calls' by bosses, according to a survey. (We're in the 21st century, right?)
- Another survey finds that women have spent 77pc more time on childcare than men overall during lockdown. (We're in the 21st century, right?)
- The Legal Island Annual Review of Irish Employment Law 2020 has a webinar launch today at noon.
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