Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/2/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 February 2022
This week's top stories:
- Revised Return to Work Safely Protocol is published.
- The Tips and Gratuities Bill will not apply to cash tips.
- 18-23 year olds are more likely than older age groups to return to work in the office.
- Half of firms are planning to raise basic pay for employees by an average of 4% this year.
- It has been recommended that the qualifying age for the State Pension should remain at age 66.
……………………………………. and in other news, there is still time to register for our case law review webinar with Duncan Inverarity, A&L Goodbody on the 10th February, and Bríd NicSuibhne, Associate at A&L Goodbody, answers your questions on the new Right to Request Remote Working
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