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Workplace Romances: Are not always smooth sailings, how can Employers manage love-struck Employees?
Love is in the air and as we head into Valentine's Day, it's worth considering how Employers navigate the circumstances where two Employees are in a romantic relationship.
St. Brigid’s Day and Public Holiday Entitlements in Ireland: What Employers Need to Know 2024
Starting in 2023, Ireland introduced a new annual public holiday to celebrate St Brigid's Day. This holiday is observed on the first Monday of February. The St. Brigid’s Day public holiday falls on Monday, Feb 5th this year.
Irish Employment Permit System Changes Effective From 17 January 2024
Starting 17 January 2024, major updates to the Employment Permit system are in effect. With 43 new roles now eligible for work permits and increases in salary thresholds, this represents a major expansion of the employment permit system.
Statutory Domestic Violence Leave – Effective Commencement Date Announced
The Government has just recently confirmed the effective date of implementation for the new provision of Domestic violence leave under the Work Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2023.
Fully Paid Domestic Violence Leave to commence in the Autumn
The Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, announced yesterday that victims of domestic violence will receive their full pay if they need to take domestic violence leave.
St. Patrick's Day and Public Holiday Entitlements in Ireland: What Employers Need to Know
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th each year and is a public holiday in Ireland. Falling on a Friday this year, many Employees are entitled to a paid day off work.