Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/3/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 March 2021 Issues covered: Flexible Working; Employment Permit; Personal Injuries Guidelines; International Women's Day
This week's top stories:
- Join us at 11am this morning for our webinar with RDJ’s David McCarroll as he discusses an employer’s statutory defence in harassment claims, the impact of the new unified Code on bullying, and preparation for remote WRC hearings. We will also be hosting our regular webinar with Caroline McEnery from the HR Suite on Monday, 15th March, during which Caroline will focus on the management of probationary periods.
- Our friends at Leman Solicitors have again been officially recognised as one of the Greatest Places to Work in Ireland.
- In our Case review the Labour Court upholds the decision of an Adjudication Officer relating to unlawful deductions from wages
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