Friday Round Up in Ireland 12/05/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 May 2023
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Issues covered: Workplace Relations Commission; Auto-Enrolment; Remote Working; AI; Redundancies

This week's top 5:

  1. Workplace Relations Commission 2022 Annual Report
  2. Auto-Enrolment Legislation Must be a Priority for All Politicians
  3. Public Consultation - Code of Practice on the ‘‘Right to Request Remote Working"
  4. Man v Machine: Everything You Need to Know About AI
  5. 'The Justifications for Many Redundancies in Ireland Are Getting Thinner and Thinner'

And in other news………….Did you know that 8,000 roles at IBM, including many HR functions, look set to be replaced by AI in the next few years, according to the firm’s chief. Read more about how the firm expects to pause hiring for new roles, alongside plans to replace roughly 7,800 jobs with AI systems.

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