Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 10/12/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 December 2021 Issues covered: Coronavirus; Remote Working; Webinars; Gig Workers; Sick leave & Absence
This week's top 5:
- Absence During Extreme Weather Events
- Remote Working and Improvements to Working Conditions: Speech by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar
- PUP Available to Those Impacted by the New Restrictions
- Dedicated Rescue Process for Small Companies
- Uber, Deliveroo could be hit by draft EU rules for gig workers
…………………………………….and in other news this month’s 'In Brief' is a case law round up of the year and for that reason is bit less brief than normal. It can be hard to keep up to date with case law developments – it’s all too easy to miss an important decision that has major implications for employers and employees. For this very reason we decided to compile a list of some of the most
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