Thursday Round Up 16/03/2023Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 March 2023 Issues covered: Spring Budget; Harassment; Neurodiversity; Legislation; Skills for Work
In a week in which we’ve seen the rise of the machines we’re wondering at Legal Island whether we should replace coffee breaks with an oil change? Here’s what else we’ve been pondering this week ….
This Week's Top 5:
- 75% of Companies Reporting Talent Shortages and Difficulty Hiring
- £19k Award for Christmas Party Harassment
- TUC: Spring Budget Takes Us Nowhere Near a High-Wage High-Skills Economy
- I Have an Employee who Claims they Have a Neurodivergent Condition: How Do I Handle It?
- Did P&O Ferries Get Away with Sacking 800 Workers?
And in other news............... in one of the biggest changes to working life in recent years, what are the new productivity challenges? Join
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