Recruiters face having to invest in technology that cuts access to email

Recruiters may have to invest in technology that automatically cuts staff access to email should Ireland introduce rules granting workers the right to switch off from work-related emails outside office hours.

The Irish Times reports the Irish government is consider the introduction of the rules, with Minister for Business Heather Humphreys telling parliament that her department plans to examine the French approach on the ‘right to disconnect’ as part of efforts to promote a good work-life balance for employees.

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