Weekly Review of Developments 02/12/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 2 December 2022 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:
- Missed our NI Employment Law Annual Review? Worry not you can still catch up!
- Big Productivity Gap Between Ireland and Northern Ireland
- Half of UK workers Have had Their Accents Mocked, Criticised or Singled Out in a Social Setting
- Only 39% of HR leaders Believe Employees Actually Know What the People Function Does
- '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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