In our webinar, Terence Morgan, director of Business Development at GHR Consulting, provides updates on the HR legislative changes for 2023.
Important HR legislation updates include:
The entitlement to sick pay commenced on 1 January 2023 under the Sick Leave Act 2022.
The Payment of Wages (Amendment) (Tips and Gratuities) Act 2022 gives new rights to employees, prohibiting the use of tips and gratuities to ‘make up’ contractual rates of pay.
The Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 requires employers to disclose the pay gap between male and female employees. Currently, the legislation requires employers with more than 250 employees to report on the hourly gender pay gap in their organisation across a range of metrics.
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This Bill proposes a number of legislative changes which are designed to allow for a better work-life balance for parents and carers, to encourage more equal sharing of parental leave between men and women and ultimately to try and improve the representation of women in the labour market.
The main proposals in the Bill include:
The Auto-Enrolment Pension scheme will take effect in Ireland from January 2024. Employers will have all of 2023 to prepare for this new legislative requirement.
Under the scheme, employees will be required to make certain minimum contributions to a pension scheme and employers will be obliged to match those contributions, which will then be topped up by the State.
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