Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 24/6/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24 June 2022
This week's top 5:
- Employees in financial services want remote working options.
- Fines of €40,000 issued arising from data protection failings from a Whistleblowing App.
- Labour Court Publishes Annual Report.
- Iarnród Éireann agrees five year pay deal.
- Budget 2023 will focus on cost of living including childcare costs.
.........................and in other news Alison Martin, Associate Solicitor with DWF discusses a recent decision in which an Adjudication Officer found that a revoking of an offer of employment was discrimination based on the Complainant’s disability of diabetes and Antoinette Vahey and Hayley Kitson, RDJ LLP consider the impact of a pay in lieu of notice when
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