Friday Round Up in Ireland 26/04/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 26 April 2024
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Issues covered: Pensions, Free Webinar on Sexual Harassment, €300,000 award unfair dismissal, EU Artificial Intelligence Act, Labour Market

This week's top 5:

  1. The Dutch academic fired by University College Cork has won €300,000 for unfair dismissal
  2. The latest update on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act
  3. Employers may need to run two pensions under auto-enrolment
  4. New IHREC and ESRI study explores the equality impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the labour market
  5. Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission helps wins age discrimination case for forced retirement at 66

And in other news…………. Honesty is ChatGPT's most underrated characteristic in the workplace. This week Barry Phillips asks why it is that we don't make more of just about the only workplace assistant that's prepared to tell it as it is... Catch up HERE.

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