Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 17/12/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 December 2021
Welcome to the last review of developments' email for 2021. From everyone at Legal Island, we wish all of our readers and their loved ones a happy, peaceful and safe festive season. See you for a bumper edition in January.
This week's top 5:
- The third Strategy Statement of the Workplace Relations Commission is published.
- 56% of workers will only apply for flexible or remote working jobs.
- A fall on walk from bed to desk is workplace accident.
- Typetec Set to Introduce 4-day working week.
- Eir introduces fertility, menopause policies for staff.
…………………………………….and in other news we have a free webinar with Jennifer Cashman on the 19th January at 11am as she discusses key new developments since
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