Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 14/5/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 May 2021 Issues covered: Remote Working; Minimum Wage; Right to Disconnect; Conflict in the Workplace; Whistleblowing Bill; Remote Working
This week's top stories:
- In our case review this week the Labour Court increases compensation in an unfair dismissal case.
- The General Scheme of the Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Bill has been published. It will extend whistleblowing protections to volunteers, unpaid trainees, board members, shareholders and job applicants and to private sector organisations with 50 or more employees.
- We have a few updates in relation to remote working from ICTU, DETE and the National Competitiveness and Productivity Council.
- Cariona Neary, of OCN Coaching Champions sets out how to train and inspire newly recruited employees in the hospitality/festival industry.
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