Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/6/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 June 2021 Issues covered: Economic Recovery Plan; Labour Court; Remote Hearings
This week's top stories:
- The government launched its economic recovery plan this week which aims to have 2.5 million people in work by 2024.
- Join us for a free webinar next week with Caroline Reidy of the HR Suite to discuss absence management issues.
- We've a helpful report from the Limeade on the current state of the employee experience and how companies are moving into 2021. A great read.
- The UK’s equality watchdog has backed mandatory vaccinations of employees working at care homes.
- In our case review this week, dismissal for an error of procedure was found to be too serious a response.
- Our friends at Think People are recruiting for roles that may be of interest to some of our
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