Friday Round Up: 05/04/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 5 April 2024
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Issues covered: AI; National living wage; Work permits; Family-friendly rights; DEI

April showers bring stress-relief powers! Get ready to breeze through Stress Awareness Month with our latest HR updates designed to lighten your load and brighten your day.

This week's top 5:

  1. Multi-million pound AI centre to open in NI
  2. One in eight workers in NI impacted by minimum wage boost
  3. Workplace keyboards 20,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat
  4. More women are applying for jobs in Europe than North America. Why?
  5. April is stress awareness month but 47% of people feel stressed or overwhelmed at work

And in other news...............our online workshop 'Back to Basics: Employment Law in Northern Ireland' on 23 and 24 of April is an essential deep dive into the critical aspects of

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