The Government has announced that the suspension of sections of the Redundancy Payments Act 1967 will be lifted at the end of this month. It will also introduce a new special redundancy payment for those impacted. Click on the article below to find out what the recent Government changes in redundancy mean for the employer.
Currently in Ireland there is no requirement, however employers are obliged to provide employees access to a PRSA - Personal Retirement Savings Account. Employers must facilitate this through payroll enabling employees to pay into their own personal pension.
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The dramatic rise in working from home as a result of the pandemic looks likely to become a permanent feature for many organisations, at least for part of the week. But while this brings many benefits to both employees and employers, it's also likely to lead to an increase in working while ill. In the long term, this is not good for employees' health and will require companies to actively encourage their employees to take time off when ill.
Voltedge Management, in partnership with Enterprise Ireland, have produced a new guide, ‘Emerging Through Covid-19 – The future of work’, which aims to help business owners think about the positives and negatives from the last 15 months and to use these to build a sustainable business model for the future.
As an employer, you are obliged to provide a safe working environment that complies with government health and safety regulations and in doing so the current advice is that you can ask an employee to return to the workplace on that basis.