Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 25/9/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 25 September 2020 Issues covered: Investment Limited Partnerships (Amendment) Bill 2020; Brexit Update; HR Developments; Health & Safety Developments; Coronavirus
This week's top stories:
- In case law, the Labour Court has ruled that an employer's refusal to allow an HR professional to return to work amounted to an unlawful deduction of wages.
- ICTU has withdrawn from the Low Pay Commission.
- If you haven't already done so, book now for the the Future of Work Sumitt to be held on the morning of the 14th October 2020.
- New Bills on Investment Limited Partnerships and Money Laundering have been published.
- Morgan McKinley has recently launched a new online 'Insights & Advice' section on recruitment issues.
- It's your last chance to win a €100 Amazon voucher by letting us know what you've done to keep home workers engaged.
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