Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 31/7/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 31 July 2020
This week's top stories:
- Our case review this week emphasises the importance of keeping written records of performance reviews and management processes - the Adjudication Officer noted that there was little documentary evidence in support of the Respondent’s criticisms of the Complainant’s performance.
- In Coronavirus news this week, the Taoiseach has confirmed that all schools will fully reopen next month, however the Teachers' Union of Ireland and the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland have cast doubt on this announcement. The Pandemic Unemployment Payment will continue until April 2021 and the Minister addressed some issues arising with PUP payments being
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