Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 12/08/2022Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 August 2022 Issues covered: Case Law; Diversity and Inclusion; Retirement Age; Career Development
This week's top 5:
- Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation, Are Businesses Getting It Right?
- Diversity Officer Held Guilty Of Discrimination For Assuming Her Colleague Was ‘Oppressed’
- Cork Firm Launches Free Cybersecurity Course For Women
- 'Quiet Quitting': How Should HR Manage It?
- What Makes a Job "Good" -- and the Case for Investing in People
And in other news………….with temperatures soaring, is there anyone who still makes a 'salad' during hot weather including rolled up ham, boiled eggs and coleslaw? Check out the helpful HSA guide to workplace temperatures HERE.
1. Case Law Review
2. Diversity and Inclusion
3. Lidl Ireland Removes Mandatory Retirement Age
4. Amazon Defends
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