Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 27/5/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 27 May 2022 Issues covered: Case Law; CCTV; Protected Disclosures; Pensions; Remote Work Hubs
This week's top 5:
- CCTV footage cannot be used for unspecified purposes.
- New survey shows location of remote work hub or childcare services from homes.
- Public Consultation on Collective Bargaining opens.
- Living Wage proposals to be brought to Cabinet.
- Labour Force Survey shows record levels of employment.
................................and in other news our regular monthly webinar with the HR Suite will focus on the right to request remote working and Jennifer O’Neill and Gillian Dully from the Employment, Pensions and Employee Benefits Unit at LK Shields provide a helpful overview of the pensions landscape in Ireland, taking into account some recent developments in
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