Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 30/4/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 30 April 2021
This week's top stories:
- In our case review the Court of Appeal orders the disclosure of an investigation report.
- While Covid-19 restrictions are being relaxed from the 4th May, the Government states that everyone should continue to work from home unless absolutely necessary to attend in person.
- The WRC has published its sixth Annual Report.
- Jennifer Cashman of RDJ and Cliona Kimber SC consider whether employers can require employees to get vaccinated.
- Minister McEntee is seeking to reform employee vetting arrangements and legislation.
- The CIPD’s latest health and wellbeing survey is really interesting and well worth a read.
- An Employment Regulation Order for the Security Industry has
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