Irish Employment Law: What We Learned Last Quarter (Q4 2021)Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 18 January 2022
Legal Island's Learning and Development team have collated all of the updates we sent our 1,600+ Irish Employment Law Hub subscribers in Q4 2021 and listed some of the most important and interesting ones below. Click on the links to find out more:
- A bumper legislative programme for Autumn 2021 was published. Many of the proposed developments were discussed at our Annual Review of Employment Law in November. If you missed this event, there’s still time to purchase a digital video and notes bundles of the engaging sessions. This short video gives you a flavour of what was covered.
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