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More than 70 HR professionals and business owners from local SMEs to large multinationals attended the recent employment law breakfast briefing hosted by Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has said that this week’s increase in the minimum wage to €9.55 per hour will give a boost to lower paid workers in Galway.
The Low Pay Commission is recommending an increase to the minimum wage of 30 cents, bringing it to €9.55 per hour.
Mayo Fianna Fáil deputy, Dara Calleary, who is the party’s spokesperson on jobs, enterprise and innovation, says his party is strongly advocating for a 6.4 per cent increase to the national minimum wage.
The Recent Developments in Employment Law Conference will explore the hot topics of the day for HR practitioners and legal professionals. The law in this area has become complex in recent years and it's a challenge to keep up with all the recent legislative and judicial developments.
CIPD Midlands Region and Collins McNicholas will host a major employment law breakfast briefing on Wednesday January 22 in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.
With the summer holidays now under way for thousands of students around the country, the Health and Safety Authority is urging employers to be extra vigilant when it comes to taking on young workers for the summer.
Fine Gael Deputy Michelle Mulherin raised the issue of the abolition of the employers' rebate in respect of statutory redundancy lump sum payments in the Dáil this week.
Collins McNicholas & Purdy Fitzgerald Solicitors yesterday hosted a major Employment Law Breakfast Briefing in the Clayton Hotel where clients from within the multinational, Irish indigenous, SMEs and public sector from across the re%gion provided an overview on recent updates in legislation.
In 2006 IT giant Google was granted 49 work permits for non-nationals to work in Ireland but by 2011 this had risen to 149. Migration experts www.visafirst.com say that Google is just one of a number of IT multinationals based throughout the country that have encountered a skills shortage in Ireland of late and have had to go overseas to source staff with the skills necessary for their various vacancies in IT specialist roles.