Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/3/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 4 March 2022 Issues covered: Comparative Law Table; Wage Support; Remote Working; Gender Pay Gap
This week's top 5:
- Updated GB/NI/ROI Comparative Employment Law Table Published!
- What are the Top Skills HR Will Need in 2030?
- Wage Support Rates Reduced Further This Week
- Remote Working Law 'fatally flawed' and 'utterly pointless'
- Women Work for Free for Nearly Two Months of the Year
And in other news President of the Law Society Michelle Ní Longáin is pleased to invite members to a special online event to mark International Women’s Day 2022 on 8th March from 8-9 am. Join them for a panel discussion to explore the theme ‘Advancing Women in the Solicitors’ Profession’ and you can listen again as Caroline Reidy of the HR Suite discusses Menopause at Work.
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