Weekly Review of Developments 22/4/2022

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 22 April 2022
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Issues covered: Case Law; Discrimination and Equality; Shift Workers; Digital Resilience; Gender Pay Gap

This week's top stories:

  1. Over two thirds of shift workers say that their health has suffered as a result of their work schedule
  2. Young women (aged 25-29) face a 7.2% unadjusted gender pay gap at the start of their professional careers in the labour market
  3. A breastfeeding teacher has won a sexual harassment case after her school humiliated her by making her express milk in dirty toilets or the car park
  4. In the US, a man has been awarded damages of $450,000 as a result of suing his former company over a fallout from a surprise birthday celebration
  5. South of the border, parents will receive five days of unpaid leave to look after sick children under new draft legislation signed off at the Irish

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