Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 28/5/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28 May 2021 Issues covered: Mandatory Retirement Age; Nominated Person; Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment
- The Labour Court will, with effect from Tuesday 1st June 2021, resume hearings in a physical Court room.
- The Law Society of Ireland has launched Dignity Matters, a first of its kind evidence-based research study to address bullying, harassment and sexual harassment in the Irish solicitors’ profession.
- Íde O'Neill, Associate with LK Shields Solicitors LLP provides guidance on how employers should deal with requests to work past a mandatory retirement age.
- In this latest ‘How To’ article Dr Gerry McMahon outlines the role of the nominated person in bullying cases in seizing the ‘window of opportunity’ to resolve complaints at an early stage.
- NUI Galway is to become the first higher
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