Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/6/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 June 2020 Issues covered: Sectoral Employment Orders; Lead Worker Representatives; Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme; DPC Report; Disability Discrimination
This week's top stories:
- Our final webinar of the month is on Monday and is 'Health and Safety Protocol - Lead Worker Representatives' with Bláthnaid Evans of Leman Solicitors.
- The High Court has ruled that Sectoral Employment Orders are unconstitutional.
- As lockdown eases, Revenue has provided an update on a range of matters relating to the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme.
- The Data Protection Commission has published its regulatory activity under the first two years of the GDPR. Human errors are at the root of far more reported breaches than phishing, hacking or lost devices.
- The latest in our series of HR Interviews is with Eimear O'Donoghue, HR Director at NearForm.
- This week our
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