Friday Round Up in Ireland 24/02/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24 February 2023 Issues covered: Four-Day Week; TUPE; Gender Pay Gap; Recruitment; Romance; Artificial Intelligence
This week's top 5:
- TUPE Event on 7 March – What Does it Mean, What Should an Employer Do and When Does it Apply?
- 9 in 10 of 4 Day Week Trial Organisations Keen to Keep
- The AI Industrial Revolution puts Middle-Class Workers Under Threat this Time
- Gender Pay Gap Means Women Only Start Paid Work This Week - Why Your Business Needs to Act Now!
- Romance in the Workplace – How Do I Handle It?
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