Weekly Review of Developments 22/11/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 22 November 2019
There must be something about Josie. The not-so-special-last-time-one is back and has replaced the one-who-has-won-nothing-one. It must be an easy job being a football manager head-hunter: “Call Josie!”
What we learned this week:
- UK Workers 'Pull Sickies To Avoid Going To Work'
- Health And Social Service Unions Set Date For Industrial Action
- The ICO has published updated GDPR guidance regarding special category (sensitive) data
- Unbelievably, a new study finds that most meetings do not lead to concrete actions
- The Power of Embracing Diversity and Inclusion is our next webinar on 3rd December
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