In Brief: Important Updates from November 2019

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 2 December 2019
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A number of useful articles were added to the Legal Island Employment Law Hub throughout the months of October and November. Here is a quick recap of some of the recent developments within the employment law sphere:

The team at A&L Goodbody answer your questions in relation to Parental Leave Entitlements and an Employer’s duty to make reasonable accommodations.  Deirdre Crowley, Matheson, also looks in detail at the implications of Nano Nagle v Daly case and a further case review is also available here.

Jennifer Cashman and the team at RDJ provide some guidance on tricky workplace

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