Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 6/11/2020

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 6 November 2020
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  • On Wednesday, we officially launched 'Reasonable Adjustments for Disabilities - a Guide for Employers' at our NI annual review of employment law. If you'd like to know what UK courts consider to be the equivalent of reasonable accommodation in this jurisdiction, check it out.
  • In our Case Review this week an Adjudication Officer finds that the Complainant's comments regarding his intention to resign if the Respondent did not improve staffing did not amount to a resignation and, in fact, the subsequent dismissal was on the ground of redundancy.
  • The government has now confirmed its intention to reform Ireland’s statutory sick pay laws and introduce some form of

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