Friday Round Up: 21/06/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 21 June 2024
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Issues covered: Paternity leave; Disability; AI; Data protection; Stress; Conflict

Watching the Euros is like working in HR: there's always someone complaining, faking an injury, or acting like a prima donna. At least in HR, there's a 3-month limitiation period, so no one can go on about something from 1966........

This week's top 5:

  1. Seven out of 10 new fathers say they can't afford to take time off
  2. Potential disability claim where disciplinary decision influenced by disability-related conduct during investigatory process
  3. AI usage up 66 percent – but the right tasks aren’t being offloaded
  4. Pobody’s nerfect: Undermining the terror of an error
  5. 37% of European employees are stressed out - how is your workforce faring? 

And in other news...............there's still time

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