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TechHR Forum


The TechHR Forum provides companies in the broader technology sector with a forum to discuss industrial relations and human resources issues, receive specialised information and updates relevant to the employment relationships for that sector and network with industry peers. Topics recently covered include work permit changes for non-EU workers, challenges presented by the use of social media in the workplace, managing contractors and third parties, as well as guidance to the upcoming changes to the State pension age, and an overview of the consequences for employers.

In addition to the face-to-face meetings, the Forum also has an extremely active Discussion Forum, where members can (anonymously if they wish) circulate questions & queries among fellow HR professionals on a broad range of topics, for a rapid response from industry peers.

In conjunction with the Ibec Survey Unit, the TechHR Forum feeds into the annual ISA & ICT Ireland Salary Survey that allows member companies to benchmark salaries and conditions across a wide number of categories. The survey is available to all participating organisations.

The Forum has over 250 members.

Member Resources:


Guidance on social media in the workplace

Guidance on social media in the workplace exploring key pointers for a social media policy, relevant lessons learned from cases before the Employment Appeals Tribunal (here and in the UK) and practical tips on how to manage issues connected with employees' social media usage. .. Read more »

Guidance on upcoming changes to the State pension age

Guidance to the upcoming changes to the State pension age, and an overview of the consequences for employers .. Read more »

Legislative round-up 2013

A summary of the key pieces of employment law legislative amendments proposed for 2013, to allow software & digital technology employers to understand & plan for upcoming changes. .. Read more »

Responding to ICT skills shortages - opportunities for employers

A presentation outlining opportunities for technology employers via the ICT Technologies Programme responding to ICT skills shortages. .. Read more »

Technology Sector - Salary Survey May 2013

ISA & ICT Ireland Salary Survey May 2013 - Software and Computer Services Sector. The survey report, which has been compiled by the IBEC Research Unit, covers a comprehensive series of job roles at all grades across the spectrum of the digital sector. .. Read more »

Work permit changes for non-EU workers

A practical guide for technology companies to the new work permit regime changes proposed by government in the new Action Plan for Jobs .. Read more »


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