This News Update is packed with practical information and aims to assist SFA members in running your business. It also includes information on forthcoming SFA member events. If you would like to give feedback on this News Update please email email@example.com. Your feedback is appreciated.
The SFA will be holding four Employment Law Conferences in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick in February 2012. The one day programmes are designed to bring owner managers up to date on all the key requirements in complying with Employment Law, whilst giving the necessary tools to effectively put in place adequate policies and procedures to protect the business. For further information and to book a place at one of these conferences please click here.
Topics covered in this edition include Annual Leave and Public Holidays for 2012, are Government admin burdens increasing costs?, Late Payments Legislation interest rate change and the most recent Guide from the Certified Public Accountants for SFA members.
Also covered is the Employment Rights and Industrial Relations Reform which was recently announced by Minister Richard Bruton on January 6th, retaining employees who acquire a disability over the course of their working lives, the introduction of Stamp 0 as temporary immigration permission in the State and a recently released report from the Central Statistics Office on business in Ireland in 2009.
Copies of the SFA Annual National Survey on Rates of Pay 2011 and the results of the SFA Quarterly Business Survey 2011 are now available.
Please do keep us informed of any issues that concern you.