Comparative Employment Law Update March 2022 [Webinar]Posted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 24 March 2022 Issues covered: Work-life Balance, Remote Working, Flexible Working, Bereavement Leave
Our Comparative Employment Law Table has been updated and expanded to include recent Republic of Ireland developments (of which there are many).
In this webinar, Ciara Fulton and Síobhra Rush of Lewis Silkin joined Legal Island's Rolanda Markey to take a deep dive into the Table and discuss new ways of working and family-related rights in GB, NI and Ireland including:
- Ireland is tackling work-life balance and remote working head on – what does this mean for employers in Ireland? GB doesn’t need to implement EU Directives following Brexit but has already promised to match the new rights for carers in the Work-life Balance Directive. How will NI be affected considering its unique
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