Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/12/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 December 2021 Issues covered: Case Law; Coronavirus; Discriminatory Retirement Dismissal; Gender Pay Gap
This week's top 5:
- A Complainant is awarded €82,000 for discriminatory retirement dismissal.
- An Post eliminates its gender pay gap.
- WRC Information and Inspection Infoline Phone Number Has Changed.
- Light Up Purple for International Day of Persons with Disability.
- Portugal´s new law on working from home faces criticisms.
…………………………………….and in other news join us for 2 free webinars next week including a Q&A session with Ger Connolly on the Right to Disconnect and the Review of the Industrial Relations Landscape in Ireland with Dr Gerry McMahon on Monday 6th and our regular monthly webinar with Caroline McEnery of the HR Suite on the Sick Leave Bill and Christmas Parties on Wednesday
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