Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 19/3/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 19 March 2021 Issues covered: Diversity & Inclusion; Coronavirus; Managing Probationary Periods; Managing Bullying Complaints; Data Protection
This week's top stories:
- The Labour Court is recruiting for a Deputy Chairman.
- There's still time join over 200 delegates at our online Diversity & Inclusion Summit on the 25th March 2021.
- Would you like to take part in stakeholder consultation sessions on Ireland’s Initial State report under the UNCRPD? Apply from this afternoon for limited places.
- Matheson highlight some key take-aways from the DPC Annual Report for HR and privacy compliance professionals, including a 10% increase in personal data breaches.
- You can listen back to the webinar recording of RDJ's discussion on the unified code of practice on bullying AND read David McCarroll's written answers to questions we didn't have
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