Friday Round Up: 28/07/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 July 2023
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Issues covered: Neurodiversity, McDonald's, AI, Natwest, British Airways, Mental Health

“How about I be me, and you be you” - Sinéad O'Connor   

This week's top 5:

  1. 18,000 young people in NI Not in Education, Employment or Training
  2. Just a Quarter of FTSE 350 Firms have HR Expertise at Board Level
  3. HR Advisor Loses Claim Over Christmas Party Conflict
  4. Women Place More Importance on Diversity and Inclusion than Men in Job Hunts
  5. 55% of Workers Feel Work is Getting More Intense and Demanding

And in other news...............has the return to the office caused a mental health crisis?


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. McDonald's to Investigate Irish Rape Victim Taunts
  3. Seven AI Companies Agree to Safeguards in the US
  4. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  5. CIPD: Just a Quarter of

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