Recruiters fear temp pay directive

As the deadline approaches for the introduction of a controversial EU law on temporary agency workers, there is growing concern among Ireland’s recruiters, writes Gareth Naughton

15th October, 2011

As the deadline approaches for the introduction of a controversial EU law on temporary agency workers, there is growing concern among Ireland’s recruiters, writes Gareth Naughton

There is continued opposition to a controversial EU directive proposing equal pay for temporary workers from Ireland’s recruitment sector. According to some in the industry, the Temporary Agency Workers Directive could damage Ireland’s competitiveness.

The aim of the directive is twofold: to ensure...

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