Friday Round Up in Ireland 01/03/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 March 2024
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Issues covered: Work Permits, Free Webinar on Social Media, Annual Employment Survey 2023, Enoch Burke, Penions, Family Friendly Rights

This week's top 5:

  1. Workday accused of AI discrimination against applicants
  2. Annual Employment Survey 2023
  3. Work permits rise amid demand for migrant workers to fill skill gaps
  4. Enoch Burke has been paid €72,000 for teaching role since his suspension 18 months ago
  5. How to balance annual leave requests and keep burnout at bay

And in other news…………. In this week's AI Podcast, Barry Phillips shares his view on the five plug-ins most useful to HR.


  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Annual Employment Survey 2023
  4. Work Permits
  5. Government should provide greater financial support to parents during early childhood years – poll
  6. Enoch Burke has been paid €72,000 for teaching role since

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