Friday Round Up: 13/10/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 October 2023
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Issues covered: Sexual Harassment, AI, Free Webinars, Mental Health, ADR, Whistleblowing, Retention

brainHere's your Friday morning cue to enter 'monk mode' and catch up on the latest employment law trends in NI........


This week's top 5:

  1. World Mental Health Day: Mental health at work - what can employers do?
  2. Technically HR: AI could reshape how employees grow at work
  3. 59% of HR managers say retention top priority
  4. Telling female employees to wear make-up is sexual harassment
  5. Annual Review Session of the Week: Alternative Dispute Resolution: Maximising the Alternatives to Tribunal

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