Friday Round Up in Ireland 21/07/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 July 2023
This week's top 5:
- Should the Minimum Wage be Increased to €12.70 for 2024?
- Pay Transparency Directive FAQs
- Top Way to Attract and Retain Talent: Flexible and Remote Work
- Analysis: Marking 20 years of the Fixed-Term Work Act 2003
- Blog: An Employee has Requested a Reduction in Working Hours to Facilitate Breastfeeding Breaks - How Do I Handle It?
And in other news…………. someone's calculated that Ken would earn over £4 Million a year more than Barbie if he had the same impressive CV as her.............She's had a remarkable 59 different careers in case you're wondering..............
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