Friday Round Up in Ireland 15/12/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15 December 2023
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Issues covered: Redundancies, National Minimum Wage, AI, New Tipping Laws, Wages, Gender Pay Gap Reporting Results, FREE WEBINAR

This week's top 5:

  1. EU agrees ‘historic’ deal with world’s first laws to regulate AI
  2. Irish tech firms expect to lay off more staff than they hire in 2024
  3. The FT’s 25 most influential women of 2023
  4. Do you know what 'lazy girl jobs' to 'loud quitting' mean? 10 HR buzzwords of 2023
  5. EU agrees plan to boost conditions for app based "gig" workers

And in other news………….Season’s Greetings Everyone – We are sending festive cheer, as we wrap up another year. This is our last Round Up of 2023 but we are looking forward to a new year filled with "HR tidings we bring" and keeping you up to date with the latest employment law developments in 2024. Thanks for your support and Merry Christmas!

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