Friday Round Up in Ireland 14/06/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14 June 2024 Issues covered: AI; Comparative Law; ESG; Wages; Recruitment; Stress

This week's top 5:

  1. 95% of IT leaders in the UK and Ireland say stress impacts their staff retention
  2. Gen Z unlikely to work for companies that withdraw support for the LGBTQ+
  3. €170,000 to senior Irish executive following a ruling of unfair dismissal
  4. Smoking: Are employers afraid to stamp it out and are non-smoking work-mates the real butt of the joke?
  5. Lewis Silkin and Legal Island Comparative Law - updated and refreshed!

And in other news…………. Barry Phillips reviews Apple’s big announcements this week which confirms it’s a major AI player after all. Listen to his podcast below for the latest developments.

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  1. Case Law Review
  2. Lewis Silkin and Legal Island Comparative Law - updated and

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