Friday Round Up 24/03/2023Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 March 2023 Issues covered: Discrimination; AI; Collective and Trade Union Issues; Pay; Pensions; New Employment Tribunal Compensation Limits
Welcome to this week's Friday Round-Up that promises to provide more transparency than Boris Johnson's party planning texts.....
This week's top 5:
- Starplan Furniture - A Cautionary Tale for NI Employers
- Inside 'McHire': How AI Reduced McDonald's Time-to-Hire by 65%
- It Needs Men to Disrupt Sexism in the Workplace
- ICO Guidance on AI and Data Protection
- Passport Office Workers Announce Five-week Strike
And in other news...............have you heard about the new ‘Living Pension Employer’ Scheme? An interesting initiative from the Living Wage Foundation - the scheme introduces a voluntary savings target of 12% of a worker’s annual salary, of which the employer contributes 7%. This, the
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