Friday Round Up in Ireland 02/02/2024Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 2 February 2024
This week's top 5:
- Tubridy leads list of top ten on-air earners for 2022
- 'They’re treating sick leave as extra holidays’
- Public sector workers to get 10.25% pay rise after agreement reached with unions
- The importance of managers: Why they (really) matter
- How compassion could save your strained relationships
And in other news…………. following her extremely popular, "Review of the Year" sessions at our Annual Review 2023, Jennifer Cashman, RDJ LLP, takes the time to answer additional questions asked. Catch up NOW!
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