Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 25/3/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 25 March 2022
This week's top stories:
- Labour Court is seeking customer views.
- School secretaries accept new pay structure.
- Second national review of gender equality in HE launched.
- 85% of employers facing skill shortages
- Online platform to help Ireland’s humanitarian response to the Ukraine crisis set up.
.....................................and in other news you can listen again to our recent webinar with Lewis Silkin as Síobhra Rush and Ciara Fulton discuss comparative law in NI, GB and ROI in relation to work life balance and family related employment rights and there's still time to register for our next webinar with the HR Suite as Caroline discusses the new codes of
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