Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/7/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 July 2020 Issues covered: Sectoral Employment Orders; Coronavirus; Diversity and Inclusion Forum; Return to Work Safely Protocol
This week's top stories:
- We have detailed case law analysis of the High Court's decision to strike down SEO's and the trade union response, plus two other important reviews.
- We have 6 employment-related coronavirus updates, including interim recommendations for the reopening of schools and educational facilities.
- We have details of the next meeting of the Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Forum on 17th July, featuring D&I authors Alison Maitland and Rebekah Steele.
- We have details of the DPC's report on the data protection implications of the Return to Work Safely Protocol.
- We have two free webinars this month, one with HR Suite, the other with CC Solicitors.
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