Friday Round Up in Ireland 23/02/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 23 February 2024
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Issues covered: Parent's Leave, Neurodiversity, Cybersecurity, Aer Lingus, Menopause, Free Webinar on Social Media

This week's top 5:

  1. What impact is AI having on cybersecurity?
  2. One in five neurodivergent staff experience discrimination
  3. Irish workers reveal their ideal number of WFH days
  4. CIPD-led over-50s report calls for all job ads to promote flexible working
  5. New Irish app helps women track symptoms of menopause

And in other news…………. Catch up on the latest podcast, where Barry Phillips considers how best to use ChatGPT knowing that it is flawed and likely to hallucinate.


  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Cybersecurity
  3. One in five neurodivergent staff experience discrimination
  4. Irish workers reveal their ideal number of WFH days
  5. The Average Number Of Hours Irish People Work Per Week
  6. Irish jobs at

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