Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/9/2021Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 September 2021
This week's top stories:
- Two thirds of Irish chief executives surveyed expect most employees in their organisations will be working remotely at least two days a week.
- In case reviews this week, the Labour Court rules on the appropriateness of reinstatement and Niamh Kitson, WRC Legal Division Intern, reviews a case which presents a valuable analysis of the role of cross-examination in WRC hearings.
- The government has announced more easing of restrictions towards what is hoped to be a complete lifting on October 22.
- The (DPC) has fined WhatsApp Ireland €225m for infringements of data protection rules.
- Our featured annual review session this week is the four-day working week as Scotland
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