Friday Round Up in Ireland 10/02/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 February 2023 Issues covered: TUPE; Swearing at work; Cyber Security; Employee Benefits; AI
This Week's Top 5:
- 7 March 2023: TUPE Seminar - How Do You Get it Right?
- Don't Give a f*** - Judge Says Swearing at Work has Lost its Shock
- 70% of Business Leaders Extremely Concerned About Cyber Threats to Business Continuity
- 1/3 of Employees Unaware of Benefits Beyond Pay and Holidays
- Working Time Records - "Prawns Don't Like the Dark"
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