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Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Development

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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 9/11/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 09/11/2018 Highlights this week: The big news this week is in relation to internal investigations and disciplinary proceedings - the Court of Appeal has issued the decision of Iarnród Éireann / Irish Rail v Barry McKelvey, a case that questions the much-debated 2017 High Court decision of Lyons v Longford Wes...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 26/10/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26/10/2018 Highlights this week: The PAYE system, which was first introduced in 1960, is changing to ‘real time’; there are 5 new Signatories to the Diversity Charter; cybercrime incidents have greatly increased and are a threat to Ireland's attractiveness as a business location; and a recording of our webina...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/10/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12/10/2018 Highlights this week: It is, of course, Budget 2019 time and Mazars have kindly written an article for Legal-Island readers setting out the employment-related changes; the UK Supreme Court has delivered the much anticipated ruling in the Ashers v Lee ‘gay cake’ case; the Minister for Employment Aff...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 28/9/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28/09/2018 Highlights this week: The WRC has published a new guide to employment, labour and equality law which provides information on employment rights and equality legislation applying in Ireland; 'persons with young children need not apply' was the shocking directive in a recent job advert posted by a Dub...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 14/9/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14/09/2018 Our early bird discount on the Annual Reviews of Employment Law 2018 ends today! Register by 5pm today (14th September) and you'll save up to €100 per seat. The Red Cow is sold out but we still have some seats available at the other two venues: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin – Thursday 15th...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 31/08/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 31/08/2018 Highlights this week: The Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty T.D. has launched a public consultation process and a Strawman proposal for a new ‘Automatic Enrolment’ Retirement Savings System in Ireland; the ESRI has found that non-permanent or “contingent” employme...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 17/8/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17/08/2018 Highlights this week: Social Welfare Inspectors conducted approximately 1,000 inspections of employers in Dublin city in recent weeks in an attempt to detect instances of false self-employment and other possible abuses of the PRSI system; a study carried out by Mason Hayes & Curran in May 2018 ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 3/8/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 03/08/2018 Highlights this week: An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan and Minister for Equality David Stanton have announced a new business group to recommend on how more women can be involved in decision-making at the top level of businesses in Ireland; according to new research ...
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Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 20/7/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 20/07/2018 Highlights this week: We've had a big fortnight for employment law developments in Ireland: the Low Pay Commission is recommending an increase in the national minimum wage of 25 cents per hour, bringing it to €9.80 from January 2019; the Public Service Superannuation (Age of Retirement) Bill 2018, ...
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Review of Recent Developments in Ireland 6/7/2018

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 06/07/2018 Highlights this week: We have an update on the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017 - proposed amendments to which have been causing quite a stir; and still with all things gig economy and employment status related, we have a UK designed but very helpful ‘Self-Employment Matrix’, which c...