Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 1/4/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 April 2022 Issues covered: Case Law; Sick Leave Bill; Collective Bargaining Rights; Auto-Enrolment
This week's top stories:
- Call to research for all busy multitaskers!
- Sick Leave Bill is Approved.
- Auto-enrolment scheme approved.
- 37% of Irish office workers plan on changing jobs this year.
- We've confimed the dates for our 2022 Annual Review of Irish Employment Law.
............................and in other news there is still time to register for our webinar with the HR Suite's Caroline Reidy as she discusses the new IHREC Codes of practice on Equal Pay and Harassment and Alison Martin from DWF discusses the implementation of mandatory retirement ages and emphasises the value of having a clear and unambiguous retirement age clause incorporated into employee contracts.
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