Weekly Review of Developments 02/12/2022

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 2 December 2022
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Issues covered: Social Media; ESG; Data Protection; Industrial Action; Work Culture

Elon Musk is making a list, checking it twice.  We’re going to find out if he’s been naughty or nice… Here’s our news in way more than 280 characters….

This Week's Top 5:

  1. Missed our NI Employment Law Annual Review? Worry not you can still catch up! 
  2. Big Productivity Gap Between Ireland and Northern Ireland
  3. Half of UK workers Have had Their Accents Mocked, Criticised or Singled Out in a Social Setting
  4. Only 39% of HR leaders Believe Employees Actually Know What the People Function Does
  5. 'Lack of Training' and 'Bad Management' Causing Apprentices to Quit Schemes

And in other news............... Seamus McGranaghan Director, O’Reilly Stewart, and Christine Quinn from Legal Island

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