Friday Round Up in Ireland 21/06/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21 June 2024 Issues covered: AI; Flexible working; ESG; New minimum rates of pay; Recruitment

This week's top 5:

  1. Half of Irish workers would refuse job offers with no option to work from home, research finds
  2. Calls for swift government action on worsening situation for public transport workers
  3. 37% of European employees are stressed out
  4. 'Mouse jigglers' pretending to work fired by Wells Fargo
  5. Aer Lingus passengers face disruption from June 26th as work to rule announced

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  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Flexible working
  4. ESG
  5. Cork 'particularly affected' by nursing jobs crisis caused

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