Friday Round Up in Ireland 21/04/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 April 2023 Issues covered: Data Protection & Cybersecurity; Recruitment; Diversity & Inclusion; Work Life Balance Bill; Pensions; Free Webinars; Civil Liability (Schools) Bill 2023
This week's top 5:
- Cyber Attack: Data from Charities Stolen in Ransomware Attack
- 7 in 10 Irish Businesses Say They Will Not be Ready to Operate Ireland’s New Compulsory Workplace Pension
- How to Tell if You’re an “Ambivert”
- Blog: Getting to Grips with the New Work Life Balance Bill? Check Out Our Suite of Articles!
- 73% of Employees Interested in New Internal Roles - Can this Address Recruitment Woes?
And in other news………….Would you like to contribute to Legal Island’s new board as a Non-Executive Director? The Board will meet four times each year - twice online and twice in person. For more details, and to express your interest, contact our Chairman on Barry@legal-island.com
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