Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 21/5/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 May 2021
This week's top stories:
- Today's free webinar at 11 - An Audience with RDJ - discusses changes to WRC hearings; redundancy issues; and employees refusing to wearing face masks.
- In our Case Review an Adjudication Officer finds that a Hotel Manager was unfairly dismissed despite the fact that the Respondent was justified in taking disciplinary action.
- The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill was debated in the Dáil this week.
- Data from the second annual national remote working survey in Ireland shows that 95% of respondents were in favour of working remotely on an on-going basis to some extent.
- Long working hours are killing hundreds of thousands of people a year, according to the World
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