Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 09/09/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 9 September 2022
This week's top 5:
- Featured Annual Review Session of the Week is: Review of the Year with Jennifer Cashman, Partner, RDJ
- 59% of Employers in Talent Tug-of-War
- Instagram Fined €405m By Irish Data Protection Regulator
- Will Employees Return To The Office As Home Energy Bills Soar?
- How Much Does Your Job Title Matter?
And in other news...............don't miss the latest in instalment of our Comparative Law Webinar in association with Lewis Silkin LLP! On Thursday 23rd September at 11am join Rolanda Markey of Legal Island as she discusses the recently introduced sick leave legislation in Ireland with Kevin Gallagher Senior Associate of Lewis Silkin NI and Niamh Crotty Senior Associate of
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