Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 9/10/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 9 October 2020 Issues covered:
This week's top stories:
- Does your organisation use staff surveys? Be careful about what you ask - H&M has just been fined €35.3m (£32.1m) for the illegal surveillance of several hundred
employees, largely based on the personal information gathered via staff surveys.
- Should employers be informed about an applicant's criminal record? The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has launched a public consultation on Spent Convictions policy.
- There will be a 10 cent increase on the current National Minimum Wage of €10.10 per hour from January.
- ISME does not see quick return to communal work setting.
- Our next free webinar with Caroline McEnery of the HR Suite is on 22nd October
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