Friday Round Up: 01/03/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 1 March 2024
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Issues covered: Real Living Wage, FREE WEBINAR THIS MORNING, Menopause, Neurodiversity, Discrimination, Work Quality in NI Statistics

In the words of the Beatles "Little darlin', it's been a long, cold, lonely winter"... but ..."Here comes the sun, Here comes the sun, And I say, it's alright..."

This week's top 5:

  1. One in three carers forced to give up work early
  2. Workday accused of AI discrimination against applicants
  3. 71% earning Real Living Wage for those in low skilled jobs
  4. Academics employed on gig-economy style contracts decision has wider implications
  5. The LRA are recruiting for a new Chief Executive

And in other news...............there's still time to join Seamus McGranaghan of O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors as he discusses Neurodiversity and Menopause in the Employment Law at 11 Equality Matters Special THIS MORNING!

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