Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 1/4/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 April 2021 Issues covered: Gender Pay Gap; Right to Disconnect; Remote Working Consultation; Rural Development Strategy
This week's top stories:
- It's been a busy couple of days! The WRC has published a Code of Practice for employers and employees on the right to disconnect; a public consultation has opened on the introduction of the right to request remote work and Cabinet has approved strengthened gender pay gap legislation proposals.
- A High-level Working Group has been set up to review collective bargaining and the industrial relations landscape in Ireland.
- DETE has published the responses it received on the proposal for an EU directive on adequate minimum wages.
- Will the rural development strategy announced this week be a big step in the right direction to improve many workers’
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