Friday Round Up in Ireland 10/11/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 10 November 2023
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Issues covered: FREE WEBINAR, ESG, AI, DEI, Annual Review of Employment Law, 2023 National Skills Bulletin

This week's top 5:

  1. A restaurant with a "chronic, institutional failure" to honour shift breaks has been ordered to pay over €62,000 for multiple labour law breaches.
  2. Annual Review Session of the Week: Zero Tolerance: Tackling Bullying and Harassment Head-On
  3. ‘I had staff who were homeless’ – providers of childcare tell of crisis in sector
  4. Workers will accept lower pay at environmentally sustainable firms
  5. Publication of 2023 National Skills Bulletin

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