Friday Round Up: 21/04/2023Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 21 April 2023 Issues covered: Company Values; AI; Sexual Harassment; Industrial Action; Settlement Agreements; Diversity and Inclusion; Recruitment; Remote Working
Spring has well and truly sprung and back to school battles have been won..... take a moment to reflect with our employment law updates ........
This week's top 5:
- Annual Fair Employment Monitoring Report Published
- TUC: Government Failing to Protect Workers from AI
- 3 in 5 Would Not Work for Company that Doesn’t Share Values
- What Counts as Sexual Harassment at Work?
- Not All Settlement Negotiations are Protected by the Without Prejudice Rule
And in other news............... Why not treat yourself to a ticket to our inspiring and empowering Online HR Conference on 26th April 2023? "Why 2023 is the Year of Women in the Workplace". The line-up of speaker's is second to none - Lauren Fabianski
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