Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 18/11/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18 November 2022 Issues covered: Protected Disclosures; National Living Wage; Remote and Hybrid Working; Wellbeing; Employee Engagement; Quiet Quitting
This week's top 5:
- Introduction of National Living Wage Announced
- Insurance Premiums Down 2% in First Year of Personal Injury Guidelines
- More Male Office Workers Cite Better Work-life Balance Working from Home than Women
- 82% of Firms Have No Clear Plan for Cybersecurity
- ‘Quiet Quitting’ - What Does it Tell us About our Relationship with Work?
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