Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/6/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 June 2020 Issues covered: Covid-19; Business Reopening; Remote Working; Webinars
This week's top stories:
- It's the news many of us have been waiting for: new guidelines have been published by the NSAI to enable shopping centres to reopen safely. And, not to be snipped at, the Irish Hairdressers Federation has published its guidelines.
- Morgan McKinley provides some practical guidance on how you can support wellbeing of remote-working employees.
- A comprehensive newsletter from Leman Solicitors outlines a range of business re-opening considerations for employers.
- Our next free webinar is aimed at school leaders and is 'A New Kind of Leadership Post Covid-19', with Teresa Hand-Campbell on 17th June. We are also hosting a webinar with Deirdre Crowley and Chris Bollard,
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