Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 29/10/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 29 October 2021
This week's top 5:
- Prison Service Withdraws Appeal on Significant Disability Rights Case
- Comprehensive Changes to the Employment Permits System in Ireland
- Government Approves Law to Protect Employees' Tips
- Houses of the Oireachtas: New Documents Laid Web Page
- McDonald's workers walked out at restaurants in 12 US cities in protest at the handling of sexual harassment claims
…and in other news our featured Annual Review session of the week is "Protected Disclosures/Whistleblowing Law – Now with Additional Obligations on the Private Sector" while in the UK the government plans to imminently introduce new legislation for a digital visa system that could collect biometric and other personal
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