Friday Round Up in Ireland 31/05/2024

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 31 May 2024
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Issues covered: Auto-enrolment; AI; Data protection; Young workers; Legislation

This week's top 5:

  1. Over two thirds of firms concerned about pension auto-enrolment
  2. Government challenged over compliance with EU minimum wage rules
  3. Managers show signs of disengagement 12 weeks prior to leaving, says expert
  4. TikTok video revealing access to medical records spurs inquiry into HSE data breaches
  5. Legal Neurodiversity Network: nurturing talent

And in other news…………. We have a full day event, AI for HR, taking place online Tuesday, 24th September and we’re keen to hear from anyone in HR who already has experience of implementing AI in the workplace. If this is you, could you drop an email to

We hope everyone enjoys the long weekend!


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