Episode 1: "Stress, Tech, Brexit & The Nine Claims Owed All Interns..."

Apr 11, 2018, 12:11 PM

Episode one is available now. Host Paul Dillon was joined in the studio and over the phone for a free-wheeling discussion that took in topics like mental health and technology in the workplace, how big data is dominating the headlines, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) , the Brexit jobs dividend, the fallacy that interns are some special category of worker completely devoid of protection under the law and how Ireland is stuck doing the unglamorous “back office” jobs of the financial sector. Our guests were academic and self-confessed “subversive in the business school” Deirdre Curran from Galway, solicitor and employment law specialist Richard Grogan, Jack Horgan Jones from the Sunday Business Post and dialing in all the way from Paris was freelance journalist Emma Kennedy. We’re looking to hear from our readers about their experience of internships and running a poll asking do you trust your employer to handle your personal data correctly? You'll find the poll on our Face...

Episode one is available now. Host Paul Dillon was joined in the studio and over the phone for a free-wheeling discussion that took in topics like mental health and technology in the workplace, how big data is dominating the headlines, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) , the Brexit jobs dividend, the fallacy that interns are some special category of worker completely devoid of protection under the law and how Ireland is stuck doing the unglamorous “back office” jobs of the financial sector. Our guests were academic and self-confessed “subversive in the business school” Deirdre Curran from Galway, solicitor and employment law specialist Richard Grogan, Jack Horgan Jones from the Sunday Business Post and dialing in all the way from Paris was freelance journalist Emma Kennedy. We’re looking to hear from our readers about their experience of internships and running a poll asking do you trust your employer to handle your personal data correctly? You'll find the poll on our Facebook page.