Friday Round Up 24/02/2023Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 February 2023
Like Martin McDonagh at the BAFTAS, positive acclaim for the 4-day week has taken over…. but is the verdict still out? Keep informed with our updates below …
This week's top 5:
- Women ‘Work for Free for Nearly Two Months’
- AI Industrial Revolution puts Middle-Class Workers Under Threat
- Almost All 61 Employers Involved in 4 Day Week Trial Keen to Continue
- Retail and Engineering Firms Rise Up on LGBTQ+ Employer Index
- Are Recruitment Myths Limiting Your Talent Pool?
And in other news............... you still have time to register for our 'Key Priorities for HR During a Cost-of-Living Crisis - Reward, Restructuring, Retention & Resilience' on 28th of February with our amazing speaker
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