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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 15/11/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15/11/2019 What we learned this week: We have two free webinars in December, covering Christmas Parties and Diversity & Inclusion The Supreme Court provides guidance in McKelvey case on legal representation in workplace disputes A €20k award shows that pay slips and pay analysis sheets are not sufficient...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 1/11/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 01/11/2019 What we learned this week: You only have until Monday to enter the CIPD Ireland HR Awards The Government has approved a large part of the design of a new Automatic Enrolment Retirement Savings System And Jennifer Cashman of RDJ has written a comprehensive article on the AE proposals We have two fr...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 18/10/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18/10/2019 What we learned this week: You could win a free place at Ireland’s HR Symposium 2020 It's Budget time again - Mazars outline the employment-related changes The Parent's Leave and Benefit Bill 2019 is quickly working its way through the legislative process The Data Protection Commissioner has provi...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 4/10/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 04/10/2019 What we learned this week: Ireland’s workforce is getting older - the proportion of the workforce aged 55 and has doubled in 20 years Guest lecture payments should now be made a net of PAYE, USC and PRSI deductions If your workplace has been affected by storm Lorenzo, RDJ and the WRC have some pra...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 20/9/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20/09/2019 What we learned this week: The Courts Service of Ireland has a new website A company has been held vicariously liable for an employee's death after he died having sex with a stranger on a business trip Cyber Security - Can you help us to help you? The WRC has launched a dedicated postponement requ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 6/9/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 06/09/2019 What we learned this week: Use of the Public Services Card (PSC) causes controversy and legal challenge Concerns grow about the impact of Brexit. And what happens with pet travel post-Brexit? The use of employment injunctions is reviewed by Arthur Cox When is a change not a TUPE transfer? Breda O’...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 23/8/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23/08/2019 What we learned this week is that workplaces are now all about technology and data: Artificial Intelligence will soon impact on every workplace and Mason Hayes & Curran has produced a splendid guide to AI in Ireland and beyond Which is just as well, because the William Fry Employment Report 20...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 9/8/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 09/08/2019 What we learned this week: The Supreme Court has ruled in the reasonable accommodation case of Nano Nagle School v Daly The Government this week published the National Risk Assessment 2019, setting out the most significant risks facing the country in 2019. Surprisingly, Dublin's domination of foot...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/7/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26/07/2019 What we learned this week: Working parents may apply for an additional 4 weeks of unpaid Parental Leave from 1 September 2019 The William Fry Employment Report 2019 has recently been published and focuses on an Ageing Workforce and mandatory retirement There is a lot of Industrial Unrest - especia...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/7/2019

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 11/07/2019 What we learned this week: There are more developments on the use of Tips and Gratuities in wages The Judicial Council Bill passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas will deal with training and complaints The Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2019 allows Gardaí disputes to be referred to the WRC ...