Friday Round Up in Ireland 03/03/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 3 March 2023 Issues covered: TUPE; Discrimination; Harassment; Artificial Intelligence; Wage Growth
This week's top 5:
- Women 3 Times More Likely Than Men to Suffer from Unwanted Sexual Attention in the Workplace
- AI Chatbots ‘Too Limited’ to Replace Real Lawyers
- ‘It’s Endemic’: Prevalence of Racism in Irish Workplaces at Record Levels
- Can HR be Trusted?
- Wage Growth to Cool Following 'Unsustainable' Increases
And in other news...............it's International Women's Day next week! Why not treat yourself to a ticket to our inspiring and empowering HR Conference? "Why 2023 is the Year of Women in the Workplace". The line-up of speaker's is second to none - Lauren Fabianski from campaigning group Pregnant then Screwed, feminist and ally Robert Baker, transgender campaigner and successful
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