Friday Round Up: 04/08/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 4 August 2023
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Issues covered: Hybrid working; AI; Cost of Living; Family Leave

All our staff claimed to have witnessed it Thursday this week in Antrim. It was clearly visible for almost ten minutes.
No, not the Lough Neagh monster. Not a zoo escapee. Not even the Blue Moon. The sun in its full glory. It’s the little things that makes us happy here… Here’s the rest of our news…

This week's top 5:

  1. Are Employees Under Pressure to Check Work Emails on Holiday?
  2. How to Deal With a Machiavellian Boss
  3. Remote Working in NI has Halved Since Pandemic
  4. GB's New Flexible Working Law Falls Short
  5. Three-In-Five Workers Say AI Should be Banned From the Workplace

And in other news............... the LRA wants YOUR opinion...................


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. Labour Relations

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