Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 14/1/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 January 2022
This week's top 5:
- Carers need more protection from discrimination in our laws.
- Government to propose new bank holiday for St Brigid's day 2023.
- Minimum wage increases have led to reductions in hours of work.
- Changes have been made to isolation periods for close contacts.
- A reduction in hours of work for public servants could be on the cards.
…………………………………….and in other news you can still register for our free webinars with Jennifer Cashman (19th January) and Duncan Inverarity (10th February) as they outline some of the key employment law developments and cases of 2021 and Legal Island is delighted to announce the lauch of our newest e-Learning offer, the HR Toolkit.
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