Irish Employment Law: 14 things we learned this quarter (Q3 2019)Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 2 October 2019
Legal Island's Learning and Development team have collated all of the updates we sent our 1,300+ Irish Employment Law Hub subscribers in Q3 2019 and listed some of the most important and interesting ones below.
David Fagan of Business Legal considers the use of CCTV and the principle of Transparency
The Supreme Court has ruled in the reasonable accommodation case of Nano Nagle School v Daly
The Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2019allows Gardaí disputes to be referred to the WRC and Labour Court
Ronan Daly Jermyn has produced a very useful guide to current annual leave entitlements in Ireland
Working parents have been able to apply for an additional 4 weeks of unpaid Parental Leave from 1 September 2019
The use of employment injunctions is reviewed by Arthur Cox
<pWhen is a change not a TUPE transfer? Breda O’Malley and Gill Woods of Hayes Solicitors explain
Artificial Intelligence will soon impact on every workplace and Mason Hayes & Curran has produced a splendid guide to AI in Ireland and beyond< p>
The William Fry Employment Report 2019 focuses on an Ageing Workforce and mandatory retirement
The WRC has launched a dedicated postponement requests email address
Concerns grow about the impact of Brexit. And what happens with pet travel post-Brexit?
Why is September the busiest month in the recruitment calendar? Morgan McKinley know why
The Courts Service of Ireland has a new website
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