Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 16/10/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 16 October 2020
This week's top stories:
- It's Budget week and we bring you our annual round-up of employment-related changes, courtesy of Mazars.
- A new study finds that many European employers are making long-term changes to their remote work policies in a response to Covid restrictions.
- Our Case Review this week once again reminds us of the importance of following fair procedures.
- He's going nowhere - Max Schrems has brought a High Court challenge aimed at halting the DPC's probe into Facebook Ireland’s transfer of data to its US-based parent company
- DBEI has published a very handy Brexit Readiness Checklist.
- Our next free webinar on 22nd Oct with the HR Suite is Managing Absence in the Backdrop
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