Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 6/5/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 6 May 2022 Issues covered: Menopause; Employment Regulation Order; Employee Wellbeing; Great Resignation; Maternity leave
This week's top 5:
- Menopause symptoms are forcing women out of the workplace.
- The EY 2022 Work Reimagined survey reveals employee and employer insights amid a "great resignation".
- 6% of Irish Firms have adopted a four-day working week.
- Study ranks Ireland near bottom for maternity leave.
- "Young and healthy" frontline workers denied PPE during first covid wave.
And in other news you can listen again to our webinar with Caroline Reidy, HR Suite as she discusses how to prepare for a WRC hearing and Susan Doris-Obando of Mathesons, outlines how the proposed Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Bill 2022 will extend the current whistleblowing legislation in Ireland and the impact this will
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