Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 10/6/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 June 2022 Issues covered: Case Law; Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021; Whistleblowing; Remote Working; Four-Day Work
This week's top 5:
- The Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 has commenced and larger organisations need to select their snapshot date this month*
- Two-thirds of Irish employers are apparently unprepared for the new whistleblowing laws*
- The government has launched a series of new initiatives to support remote working
- Ireland is among countries in four-day working week trial, led by Fórsa's Joe O'Connor
- Data protection: The EDPB has adopted guidelines on the calculation of fines
* Don't worry - we have training events available on both!
....and in other news, the Court of Appeal holds that the use of CCTV footage in a disciplinary process was unlawful and we will be discussing emerging trends
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