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Friday Round Up in Ireland 12/07/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12/07/2024 This week's top 5: Collective Redundancies Update - who needs to be notified and when? FAI apologises to female former players who have spoken out Radical reform of unemployed workers payment IALPA to suspend action at Aer Lingus and recommend acceptance of pay deal €13,000 award to mental health ...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 05/07/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 05/07/2024 This week's top 5: Upsurge in hate crimes, racial violence and harassment, facilitated by systemic gaps in legislation Agreement reached on EU platform work directive Minister urged to name date for first auto-enrolment pension contributions New legislation to enhance protection of employees in co...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 28/06/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28/06/2024 This week's top 5: Customer-facing staff increasingly harassed, Ibec says Businesses have more time to understand upcoming compliance obligations as AI Act delayed 400 jobs cut at RTÉ as part of new five-year strategy Health and safety breaches totalled €1.3m in 2023 Workers' incomes set to rise t...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 21/06/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 21/06/2024 This week's top 5: Half of Irish workers would refuse job offers with no option to work from home, research finds Calls for swift government action on worsening situation for public transport workers 37% of European employees are stressed out 'Mouse jigglers' pretending to work fired by Wells Farg...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 14/06/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 14/06/2024 This week's top 5: 95% of IT leaders in the UK and Ireland say stress impacts their staff retention Gen Z unlikely to work for companies that withdraw support for the LGBTQ+ €170,000 to senior Irish executive following a ruling of unfair dismissal Smoking: Are employers afraid to stamp it out and ...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 07/06/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 07/06/2024 This week's top 5: Nearly half of LGBTQI+ workers face discrimination 64% of businesses say rising cost of doing business is a challenge What do you do when your employees have a run in with the law? Pay rises for 30,000 childcare and early learning workers Data breach: Firefighters' conversations...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 31/05/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 31/05/2024 This week's top 5: Over two thirds of firms concerned about pension auto-enrolment Government challenged over compliance with EU minimum wage rules Managers show signs of disengagement 12 weeks prior to leaving, says expert TikTok video revealing access to medical records spurs inquiry into HSE da...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 24/05/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 24/05/2024 This week's top 5: Public consultation on National Implementation of EU Harmonised Rules on Artificial Intelligence (AI Act) Workplace Relations Commission publishes 2023 Annual Report Beyond Bogus Self-Employment: the EU platform work directive’s presumption of employment, and its implications fo...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 17/05/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 17/05/2024 This week's top 5: 23% of Irish workers under 44 use AI at work The number one reason why employees leave a job within a year Government to review research on impact of sick pay before making decision on future increases Employers beware of the widening employee experience perception gap Domino's ...
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Friday Round Up in Ireland 10/05/2024

Posted in: Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 09/05/2024 This week's top 5: €61,000 for "blinkered, cynical process" to oust its founder and his three sons in 'sham' redundancy The essential HR and line manager alliance RTÉ Governance: Three out of five directors see personal or reputational risk as the main deterrent to being on a State Board Mental he...