Weekly Review of Developments 1/11/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 1 November 2019
At yesterday’s Legal Island office Halloween Party we had a big round type of orange squash crossed with the circumference of a circle and all thoroughly enjoyed our pumpkin pi.
What we learned this week:
- The use of AI in recruitment is on the rise and Passwords don't work and will be replaced.
- The gender pay gap is at its worst when workers reach their 50s.
- Employers in GB could be stopped from withholding references to any employee under new proposals.
- As well as today's 'Employment Law at 11' webinar, we have another on D&I on 3rd December. Register now.
- We've had a late
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