Friday Round Up: 05/07/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 5 July 2024
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Issues covered: Legislation; Workplace skills; Safeguarding; DEI; AI; Leadership

They say HR is like a general election: everyone gets a say, promises are made, and in the end, someone is always dissatisfied. You can however, satisfy your curiosity about what a Labour win means for employment in the UK and more specifically, look at plans for NI's 'Good Jobs' bill in this week's Round Up

This week's top 5:

  1. 58% of international medical graduates said NHS induction not adequate
  2. It's here! Consultation on the NI 'Good Jobs' Employment Rights Bill - have your say
  3. Are poor data capabilities and lack of tech awareness undermining HR’s strategic role?
  4. Seven-in-ten under-34s say school and university didn’t prepare them for the workplace 
  5. New BSI standard launched to ensure

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