Just published, the Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2014 is a unique resource for lawyers, human resources professionals, management, public and private sector employers, employees and trade unionists for whom keeping up to date with employment law is an ever-present challenge.
The 2014 Yearbook summarises the key employment law developments in 2014, covering selected Irish legislation and decisions of the Superior Courts, the Labour Court, the Equality Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal, selected European and UK decisions and legislative developments. It includes a number of new chapters on whistleblowing, freedom of information, injunctions, proposed reforms in the Workplace Relations Bill, employment mediation, wages and an analysis of the Employment Permits (Amendment) Act 2014. It also contains distinct chapters on pensions, data protection, and taxation relating to employment.
As always, the yearbook is available with an eBook and readers are given instant access to the cases and materials from 2014 which have been selected and summarised by experienced lawyers in these fields.
The Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2014 is available to purchase on-line from Bloomsbury Professional by clicking here.