Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 14/10/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 October 2022 Issues covered: Protected disclosures (Amendment) Act; Mental Health and Wellbeing; Hiring Trends; Minimum Wage; Pensions Auto Enrolment
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- Featured Annual Review session of the week is: SSP –What It Means For Employers
- Protected disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022 commences 1st January 2023
- New workplace framework to help employers manage mental health challenges in the workplace
- 50% of Irish employees plan to switch to new employer
- Ireland second most expensive country in the EU says ICTU
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