Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 07/10/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 7 October 2022 Issues covered: Bullying; Cost of Living Crisis; Family Friendly Rights; Domestic Abuse Leave; Employment Permits
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This week's top 5:
- Featured Annual Review Session of the Week is: Social Media and the Impact of External Pressure to Dismiss
- 71% of employees say cost-of-living is main cause of stress and anxiety
- Final report of the (LEEF) High Level Group on collective bargaining published
- Members of Fórsa and SIPTU have voted to accept the new public sector pay deal
- Eight key characteristics associated with the risk of long-term unemployment identified
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