Friday Round Up: 14/07/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 July 2023
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Issues covered: BBC, ESG, Absence and Sickness, AI

Apparently Central Europe is hotter than an HR Team meeting at the BBC or RTÉ at the minute..............more hot topics below..............!

This week's top 5:

  1. ‘Complex’ BBC Investigation into Presenter’s Conduct Resuming
  2. NIE Investigates 'up the Ra' Video by Company Employee
  3. Top Five Excuses for Pulling a Sickie
  4. Do ESG-focused Businesses Attract a Larger Customer Base?
  5. High Court Quashes the Regulations allowing Hiring of Agency Staff During Strikes in GB

And in other news...............a senior lawyer has warned that Northern Ireland’s Employment Laws are being left behind...............


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. Northern Ireland’s Employment Laws Being Left Behind, Warns Senior

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