New Codes of Practice on Pay Inequality and Workplace HarassmentPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 10 March 2022
Two new statutory Code of Practice developed by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (the ‘Commission’) have been launched to help eliminate pay inequality and tackle workplace harassment and sexual harassment.
The new Codes, published in the week of International Women’s Day set out the procedures and steps to ensure that employees receive equal pay for like work in Ireland’s workplaces, and are not subjected to harassment or sexual harassment in employment.
The Commission has developed and published these Codes following consultation, and in response to growing concerns about these issues, which primarily impact women, but affect people across the equality grounds.
The Code of
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This article is correct at 10/03/2022
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