Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/11/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 November 2021
This week's top 5:
- Should work’s Christmas parties be cancelled?
- Overtime among HSE executives more than doubled last year.
- More than 71% of IT leaders would leave if remote or hybrid working was not offered.
- ICTU have outlined their input to the pre-legislative scrutiny of the Sick Leave Bill 2021.
- SIPTU calls for reduced capacity on public transport to protect workers and passengers.
…………………………………….and in other news Jennifer O’Neill, LK Shields discusses ownership of intellectual property (IP) at work and Patrick Walshe, Philip Lee, discusses the key considerations for an employer in contemplating the festive season parties this year- assuming they haven’t been cancelled! If you
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