Friday Round Up: 11/07/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 11 July 2024
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Issues covered: Case law; AI; Disability discrimination; Toxic work culture

I don't know about you, but I sure could use a break. You know things are getting out of hand when even the ice cream vans are taking floating holidays... 

This week's top 5:

  1. 20% of UK public sector workforce time could be saved with adoption of AI
  2. Horizon IT scandal based on mixture of “incomplete curiosity” and “a toxic culture”
  3. £372,000 saved on agency staff costs over a year with Council's 4 day week success
  4. Overwhelmed by notifications? Here's how to tackle digital overload...
  5. ‘A bigger reset’: what Labour’s landslide victory means for HR

And in other news... We're sending out our weekly round-up earlier this week due to the bank holiday. Normal schedule will resume from next

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