Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 30/10/2020

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 30 October 2020
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This week's top stories: 

  • In our case law review this week, an employee is awarded €15,000 after a racial slur and a further €1600 for the employer's breaches of the OWTA.
  • The Oireachtas committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment agreed to include the topic of a four-day week in its draft programme.
  • Is your organisation ready for Brexit? The DBEI has launched the new online Enterprise Ireland Brexit Readiness Checker.
  • In the Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Forum today at 3.30pm we have five people taking on five subjects.
  • Secondary school teachers who are members of the ASTI trade union have voted in favour of industrial action over Covid-19 concerns.

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