The Atypical Working Scheme which was originally due to launch on 1 July, is now expected to be implemented on 2 September 2013.The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) in conjunction with the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, will pilot this Scheme. The Scheme will facilitate working arrangements such as: persons being employed in the State on a short term basis ie, between 14 and 90 calendar days (inclusive); persons being employed on a trial basis (not exceeding 90 days inclusive of date of entry to the State); persons required to travel to Ireland for work on an intermittent basis; self-employed providers of services; and paid interns who are full-time students studying outside of the State. This Scheme does not apply to non-EEA nationals who gain employment through...
Atypical Work Scheme For Non-EEA National Employees Due To Launch 2 September 2013
|Author:||Mr Bryan Dunne, Brian Buggy, John Dunne and Paul Glenfield|
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