Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 13/5/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 13 May 2022 Issues covered: Case Law; Remote Working; Gender Equality; Health & Safety; Public Service Pay
This week's top stories:
- Scott Alexander is leaving Legal Island this summer - would you like to join our knowledge team?
- The Joint Labour Committee is seeking representations regarding a Draft Employment Regulation Order for Early Years’ Service
- The thing office workers miss most about being in the office is socialising and interacting with colleagues
- Dr Patricia Scanlon has been appointed as Ireland’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) Ambassador
- In the UK, an employee dismissed for refusing to attend work over Covid-19 fears was not unfairly dismissed
...and in other news Dr Gerry McMahon outlines the causes of, and typical responses to conflict as well as highlighting some top
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