Friday Round Up in Ireland 26/05/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 25 May 2023 Issues covered: International Data Transfers, Chat GPT, Comparative Law Table, FREE webinars, Protected Disclosures, Retirement
This week's top 5:
- Comparative Law Table Updated and Re-launched!
- FREE Anniversary Webinars - Workforce 2.0
- Facebook to be Fined €1.2bn over GDPR Breaches
- High Court: Prison Officer not Entitled to Legal Representation at Disciplinary Hearing
- Save the Date for Legal Island's next ChatGPT Event - 21st September 2023.
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