Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 23/7/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23 July 2021 Issues covered: Case Review; Webinar; Coronavirus; Protected Disclosures; Health and Safety
This week's top stories:
- Register now for our webinar with Michelle Ryan from RDJ as she discusses the data protection implications of seeking an employees Covid-19 vaccination status.
- In our Case Review the Labour Court upholds the decision of an Adjudication Officer that a trainee solicitor should have been paid the minimum wage for the average 50-60 hours he worked per week.
- We’ve information on how you can participate in the Four Day Week Ireland pilot commencing in January 2022.
- Kevin Empey, author of 'Thrive in the Future of Work' will be chairing a panel at the Annual Review of Employment Law on the 24th and 25th November on transitioning to a hybrid working model.
- An updated
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