Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 15/1/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15 January 2021 Issues covered: Coronavirus; Spring Legislative Programme; Competition Law
This week's top stories:
- The government has published its spring legislative programme. We look at the employment-related developments.
- Learn the "20-20-20" rule to protect your eyesight, since lockdown has increased everyone's time using screens. Meanwhile, RTÉ has a nice article on how to make home schooling work for parents that a few of our readers might value.
- In case reviews this week, the Labour Court upholds an Adjudicator's finding that an employer who did not provide any evidence to the contrary had received medical certificates from an absent employee and in the second case, while not strictly an employment case - the matter of awarding future loss of earnings for an employee
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