Friday Round Up in Ireland 17/05/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17 May 2024
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Issues covered: Employee Experience, SMEs, Mental Health, Free Webinar on Sexual Harassment, "The Big Stay", HSE Cyberattack, Electric Cars, Pensions

This week's top 5:

  1. 23% of Irish workers under 44 use AI at work
  2. The number one reason why employees leave a job within a year
  3. Government to review research on impact of sick pay before making decision on future increases
  4. Employers beware of the widening employee experience perception gap
  5. Domino's Pizza shop worker wins €19,000 in compensation for sexual harassment from colleagues in her first job out of school

And in other news…………. In this week's AI podcast, Barry Phillips argues that this week’s announcement from OpenAI giving everyone free access to the greatest AI tool yet developed is a complete game changer for every organisation.

CONTENTS

  1. Case Law Review
  2. AI and Employment

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