Friday Round Up: 21/07/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 21 July 2023
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Issues covered: FREE WEBINARS, AI, McDonald's, Pride, PSNI, Flexible Working Bill, Strikes

Tay Tay, Barbieheimer and the Ladies World Cup - no, we can't get you tickets, but we can whizz you straight to the frontline of employment law...

This week's top 5:

  1. Flexible Working Bill Receives Royal Assent in GB
  2. Supporting Male Employees with their Mental Health
  3. Protecting UK Jobs Will be a Challenge
  4. Belfast Pride: Mixed Response to PSNI Announcement
  5. How 'Silent Firing' Is Sweeping the UK Work Culture

And in other news...............someone's calculated that Ken would earn over £4 Million a year more than Barbie if he had the same impressive CV as her.............She's had a remarkable 59 different careers in case you're wondering..............


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