Friday Round Up: 14/06/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 June 2024
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Issues covered: AI; Beliefs in the workplace; Economy and jobs; Flexible working

Next week marks the official start of summer...............apparently................grab your Oodie, stick the heating back on and get cosy with the Friday Round-up!

This week's top 5:

  1. Lewis Silkin and Legal Island Comparative Law Table - updated and refreshed!
  2. Senior doctors in Northern Ireland have voted to take strike action
  3. Four-in-ten employees are still being strictly time monitored
  4. Gen Z, millennials are ‘weak link’ as AI fuels new cyberattack workplace threats
  5. Protected beliefs: how employers can deal with conflicts of rights at work

And in other news...............HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Legal Island regular Mark McAllister as it's announced he's the new incoming Chief Executive

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