Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 15/10/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15 October 2021
This week's top 5:
- It's Budget 2022 time and Ken Killoran, Mazars has summarised the main employment measures, including an increase in the National Minimum Wage and an tax deduction for home working.
- There are mixed reviews of the Budget.
- The WRC has updated its visitor guidance.
- 91% of solicitors would prefer some sort of hybrid working arrangement.
- In our case review a flawed investigation renders a dismissal unfair.
……………..and in other news our featured annual review session of the week focuses on the four day week; we've webinars with the HR Suite and Stephen Frost, D&I Specialist and our latest podcasts are dealing with performance issues and a discussion of sectoral
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