Friday Round Up in Ireland 18/08/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 18 August 2023
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Issues covered: RTÉ, Pregnancy Risk Assessments, AI, Wages, Childcare, Free Webinars

This week's top 5:

  1. WRC Published Stats for Employment Equality Complaints
  2. Can ChatGPT Summarise a Legal Case Accurately? Legal Island Conducts an Experiment to Find Out
  3. Ryan Tubridy Could be Back in RTÉ in Weeks With Salary of Under €200k
  4. 44% of ComReg Survey Work from Home at Least Once-A-Week
  5. Blog: Conducting a Pregnancy Risk Assessment

And in other news…………. with energy prices skyrocketing and businesses scrambling to cut power use, and most employers adopting hybrid or remote working arrangements, many are looking at ways to save money on costly – often inhabited – office spaces. Some companies are introducing a ‘blackout Friday’ policy, with one London law firm closing two and half

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