Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 9/4/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 9 April 2021 Issues covered: Extension of Parent’s Leave Entitlement; New Code of Practice on the Right to Disconnect; Coronavirus employment-related updates
This week's top stories:
- The big case this week is that the Supreme Court has ruled that certain aspects of WRC hearings (though not all) are unconstitutional - key points below.
- RDJ bring you details of the Family Leave and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2021 and the new Code of Practice on the Right to Disconnect.
- Minimum wage employees in Ireland are likely to be suffering disproportionately from job losses, according to a new ESRI report.
- A formal request has been made to the Labour Court to consider the establishment of a JLC for Tusla Registered Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare Service Providers.
- We have a new free webinar series starting on 20th April:
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