Friday Round Up in Ireland 05/07/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 5 July 2024
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Issues covered: AI; Industrial Action; Harassment; EU Platform Work Directive; Auto-enrolment pension; Collective redundancies

This week's top 5:

  1. Upsurge in hate crimes, racial violence and harassment, facilitated by systemic gaps in legislation
  2. Agreement reached on EU platform work directive
  3. Minister urged to name date for first auto-enrolment pension contributions
  4. New legislation to enhance protection of employees in collective redundancies
  5. Businesses are paying a hefty price for high-risk burnout managers

And in other news…………. Barry Phillips takes a moment to ask just how the current AI revolution compares to the Industrial and Digital Revolutions. Listen here!


  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Auto-enrolment
  4. Aer Lingus
  5. New Legislation
  6. DEI
  7. Simon Harris: ‘If you’re accused of sexual assault, you

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