Friday Round Up in Ireland 19/05/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 19 May 2023 Issues covered: AI, Data Protection, ESG, Annual Data Protection Update Ireland 2023, Flexible and Hybrid Working, Free Webinars, Industrial Action
This week's top 5:
- Is AI Coming for Your job? We Asked the Experts
- Ireland’s DPC Set to Hit Meta with Record Privacy Fine over US Data Transfers
- ESG: Climate Mandate Aims to Phase out Parking for Some Workers
- Mixed Approach by Businesses to Hybrid Working
- Event: Annual Data Protection Update Ireland 2023
And in other news...............is your organisation considering rightsizing or restructuring? Join us in association with Lewis Silkin LLP on 22 May at 11 a.m. for our FREE webinar looking at collective redundancy laws across Republic of Ireland, Great Britain, and Northern Ireland, highlighting some pitfalls employers should avoid. You can register here.
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