Friday Round Up: 19/01/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 19 January 2024
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Issues covered: AI; Industrial Action; Four-day week; Gen Z; Employee retention

strikes  Barry's Amusements staff are the latest to join the all-out strikes here in NI -   apparently they're calling for the immediate reinstatement of a colleague who was funfairly dismissed!

This week's top 5:

  1. Cold weather - HR best practice
  2. Anti-strike law should never be extended to Northern Ireland - Amnesty
  3. New "AI for HR" Podcast Launched
  4. Four-day working week: compliance challenges and how to overcome them
  5. Predictions on what Gen Z will need from their employers to keep them on board in 2024

And in other news...............Employment Law at 11 is back! JOIN Seamus McGranaghan of O'Reilly Stewart and Legal Island's Christine Quinn for their first webinar of 2024! 

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