Friday Round Up in Ireland 19/04/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 19 April 2024 Issues covered: AI; Sick Pay; Gender Identity Policy; Sexual Harassment; Substance Misuse

This week's top 5:

  1. ‘Critical’ need for Irish workforce to embrace artificial intelligence – IDA
  2. Would pausing rollout of new sick pay laws be justified?
  3. University changes gender identity policy that said refusal to use pronouns was ‘unlawful’
  4. Do you care if your employees are high at work?
  5. A healthcare assistant receives €30,000 compensation for racial and sexual harassment

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  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Sickness Absence
  4. University changes gender identity policy that said refusal to use pronouns was ‘unlawful’
  5. Top 25 companies to work for and grow your

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