Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 5/2/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 5 February 2021 Issues covered: Coronavirus/COVID-19; Accentism; Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Prevention and Resolution of Bullying at Work
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This week's top stories:
- A PMB seeks to ensure that employers do not discriminate against job applicants or indeed current employees because of their accent.
- The COVID-19 adjusted unemployment rate for January 2021 was 25.0%. In other Coronavirus news, Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD, has signed regulations that introduce a system of mandatory quarantine for arrivals into the State.
- Matheson provide an overview of the key points of note for employers regarding
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