Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/2/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 February 2021 Issues covered: Coronavirus; Public Service Unions Ratify New Pay Agreement; Probationary Periods; Data Protection; Brexit Update
This week's top stories:
- In case reviews we have a UK Supreme Court decision on employment status in the gig economy that will be of interest in this jurisdiction as well as an interesting constructive dismissal case from a legal practice.
- Mastering Small Business Employee Engagement: 30 Quick Wins & HR Hacks from an IIP Platinum by our very own Barry Phillips and Jayne Gallagher is now available as an audio book.
- In Coronavirus employment-related updates the Taoiseach has said he does not foresee pubs and restaurants being open again before mid-summer and teachers who are pregnant have been advised to continue to work remotely when schools reopen.
- Public service unions affiliated to
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