Friday Round Up: 28/04/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 April 2023
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Hoping our updates are to your satisfaction... lots in here: AI, banter and industrial action...

This week's top 5:

  1. People are Going to Employment Tribunals Over ‘Banter
  2. 74% of Employees Say their Leaders Lack Empathy in Addressing Resistance to Change
  3. What can We Learn from Recent Case of a Union Rep being Excluded from Disciplinary Hearings?
  4. Seven Out of 10 Lesbian Women Experience Discrimination at Work
  5. Chef Sacked After Baking Valentine's Day Biscuits for all his Colleagues Except Two Wins Almost £35,000

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