Comparative Law Table Webinar - Sick Leave Legislation

Posted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 23 September 2022
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Issues covered: Sick Pay; Policy and Procedures; Employee Handbook; Wellbeing

This webinar is part of the Comparative Law series with Lewis Silkin and addresses the recently introduced sick leave legislation in Ireland, which provides employees, for the first time, with a legal right to sick leave paid by their employer.  

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Niamh Crotty, Senior Associate of Lewis Silkin, discusses the new entitlements in Ireland and Kevin Gallagher, Senior Associate in NI, discuss what lessons can be learnt from experiences in Great Britain and Northern Ireland including in relation to effective staff absence management and the pitfalls to try to avoid. 

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