Friday Round Up in Ireland 10/03/23Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 March 2023 Issues covered: International Women's Day; Remote Working; Data Protection; Retirement; AI
This week's top 5:
- International Women's Day
- Data Protection Commission publishes 2022 Annual Report
- Absence During Extreme Weather Events
- Elon Musk apologies
- Blog: What is the Current Law in Relation to Mandatory Retirement Ages?
And in other news…………. it was International Women's Day this 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 businesswoman Karen McShane and Founder of the Menopause Hub Loretta Dignam, to name but
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