Friday Round Up: 10/11/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 10 November 2023
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Issues covered: ESG, AI, PSNI, DEI, Strikes, Workplace Banter, Boohoo, FREE WEBINARS

Thanks for letting us entertain you at the Annual Review on Tuesday! And, just like Robbie, our Round-ups are always Raw. Honest. Real.

This week's top 5:

  1. Schools to face disruption as Unite announce 48-hour strike action
  2. PSNI former officer Emma Bond wins sex discrimination case
  3. NI's best and worst paid areas identified in new statistics
  4. Why it is unhelpful to think about how AI will affect ‘jobs’
  5. Motherhood penalty ‘has driven 250,000 women out of jobs’

And in other news...............if you're still on the fence about the importance of ESG, have a look at the press coverage on fast-fashion brand Boohoo.........


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Cost of Living
  4. Diversity,

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