Latest HR & Employment Law News
Minister Breen encourages interested parties to make submissions to Low Pay Commission on National Minimum Wage and Board and Lodging Rates
The Minister for Employment and Small Business, Pat Breen TD, is encouraging those with an interest in the national minimum wage to make submissions to the Low Pay Commission as it begins a new phase of work.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor launches new New Employment Permits Online Application System
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Ms. Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, officially launched a new Employment Permits Online System (EPOS).
This project provides a best in class international online platform for employers and employees alike to apply for employment permits. It provides a digital route for both employees and employers to share the application process in a time efficient manner.
Latest Industrial Relations News
Bausch + Lomb jobs at risk as industrial action looms
Workers at Valeant’s Waterford operation have been warned that jobs will go if Siptu continues its campaign of industrial action.
Management at the Bausch + Lomb contact lens and eyecare group plant has said it will implement measures that will involve job losses if agreement on pay and conditions is not reached by the end of next week.
ASTI to consider proposals aimed at ending industrial action
Secondary teachers are to consider proposals aimed at resolving an industrial dispute which caused the closure of hundreds of secondary schools earlier this month. The Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland (ASTI) suspended its industrial action earlier in November after it agreed to enter mediation talks with the Department of Education.