Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 8/10/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 8 October 2021
This week's top 5:
- A bumper legislative programme for Autumn 2021 has been published.
- A private members bill has been introduced regarding gender balance on boards.
- The Government has also launched a Renewed National Development Plan which indicates a population growth of 1 million.
- Our friends at ByrneWallace have received an Excellence in Business Award.
- We’ve a range of fantastic webinars coming up in October – register now!
……………..and in other news our featured annual review session of the week focuses on the legal aspects of hybrid working and how to minimise employer’s liability, and did you know that Legal-Island Webinars are on Spotify and Apple? Subscribe now and
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