Friday Round Up in Ireland: 22/09/2023

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 22 September 2023
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Issues covered: Banter, Bullying, Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Free Webinar on Cybersecurity, Auto-enrollment pension plan, AI, ChatGPT, Recruitment and Retention

This week's top 5:

  1. An Post ordered to pay postal operative €53,560 after she was sexually harassed
  2. Auto-enrollment pension plan to be up and running in 2024, says minister
  3. Equal Pay Day 2023: where are we on the gender pay gap?
  4. Bullying, harassment and sexual harassment in the workplace - Law Society booklet
  5. Annual Review Session of the Week - What’s in a word - must we really ban ‘banter’ in the workplace?

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This article is correct at 22/09/2023
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