Friday Round Up in Ireland 17/11/2023Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 November 2023
This week's top 5:
- RTÉ appears to be in serious plight with a need to reduce costs
- There are many other Workforce Challenges across the board as well….
- Court awards HSE care assistant almost €400,000 after ladder fall at Maternity hospital
- State must do more to end violence against women
- Annual Review Session of the Week: Let Me Be Me: Neurodiversity - 5 Things Employers Need to Know
And in other news…………. With less than 2 weeks, we're on the final countdown to our Annual Review on 29th November 2023 at the CCD. There is limited in-person places left so book your spot HERE (or join us online, if you prefer!)
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