Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 21/10/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 October 2022 Issues covered: Menopause; Unconscious bias; Sexual Harassment; Employee Monitoring; Work Permits
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- Commission Welcomes WRC Ruling in Garda Representative Association Victimisation Case
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And in other news…………. World Menopause Day, was celebrated on 18 October to raise awareness, break the stigma and highlight support available for improving health and wellbeing. Menopause is not just a gender or age issue; it is an organisational issue. Have a look at this video, in which Menopause Workplace
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