Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 19/2/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 19 February 2021
This week's top stories:
- Can you vary employee contracts as a result of Covid-19 issues? Ciara O’Kennedy, Partner in LK Shields, considers whether there are any circumstances in which variations may be permissible without consent.
- Michelle Ryan, Associate Solicitor at RDJ Solicitors, answers another vexed question asked of many HR professionals – can we mandate that employees get the Covid-19 vaccination?
- Still with RDJ, our new webinar series - An Audience with RDJ - starts next month. What will we discuss?
- ICTU claims that hundreds of thousands of workers could lose out on redundancy payments if their employment is terminated because time spent claiming the PUP will not count when
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