Friday Round Up: 16/02/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 February 2024
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Issues covered: AI; Childcare Support; Hybrid Working; DEI; Right to Work Checks; Toxic Workplaces

daffodil  As fresh and as new as those first few daffodils, we bring you the weekly round up..


This week's top 5:

  1. 75% of employers lack AI protocols for internal communicators
  2. Two in five parents seeking new jobs in pursuit of support
  3. How can you tell if a prospective workplace is toxic?
  4. Right to work checks: an employer's guide updated
  5. Sharp rise in redundancy enquiries to the Labour Relations Agency

And in other news............... Unravel the mysteries of HR dilemmas with seasoned legal experts Ian McFarland, Eversheds Sutherland and Barristers Jason Elliott and Emma McIlveen on 28 of February.  From navigating recruitment pitfalls to mastering misconduct matters, we've got

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