Friday Round Up in Ireland 15/09/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 15 September 2023
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Issues covered: Free Webinars, Cybersecurity, Enoch Burke, Remote and Flexible Working, Industrial Action, RTÉ

This week's top 5:

  1. Boost your cyber security awareness and save - pre-launch offer!
  2. Annual review session of the week - How to deal with the right to request remote and flexible working
  3. Women continuing to increase numbers in C-suite positions – CSO
  4. Managers must ditch ‘T Rex approach’ to the new working landscape
  5. Enoch Burke jailed again for continuing to turn up to Co. Westmeath school

And in other news…………. a question that often arises in HR, is whether “budget restraints”, “cut backs”, “funding” or “costs reasons” are sufficient grounds that a company can rely on when renewing an employees’ fixed-term contract? Aoife Brady, A&L Goodbody explores this topic in this month's First

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