Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 23/8/2019Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23 August 2019
What we learned this week is that workplaces are now all about technology and data:
- Artificial Intelligence will soon impact on every workplace and Mason Hayes & Curran has produced a splendid guide to AI in Ireland and beyond
- Which is just as well, because the William Fry Employment Report 2019 shows 61% of us believe older workers are inhibited by technological change
- In GB, their equality body has reported 100% compliance on submission of gender pay gap reports and it is now challenging organisations that have reported implausible data
- New Zealand’s tax office has made it legal to receive salaries in cryptocurrency and be taxed accordingly
- Our next online webinar on Wednesday 25th
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