Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 29/1/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 January 2021
This week's top stories:
- Matheson, RDJ and a Norwegian firm all have useful things to say about remote working and the National Strategy on same.
- The recording of Jennifer Cashman's webinar on recent employment law developments is available online.
- Talking of webinars, our next webinar with Caroline McEnery of The HR Suite is next Thursday, 4th February : Performance Management & Managing Under Performance.
- Revenue has published a list of employers who received payments under the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme in 2020.
- Gerry McMahon has a detailed guide to the new unified Code of Practice on preventing workplace bullying.
- In case reviews: a sham redundancy results in an award
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