Friday Round Up: 15/03/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 March 2024
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Issues covered: Translink, AI law, Recruitment, Sexual Harassment, Coaching Skills for HR, Extra Holiday in 2024, The Open University, Health and Safety, Free Webinar

With "Spot the Difference" back in fashion, thanks to the Royal AI...ahem...PR Team, use our updates below to complete your HR puzzle............

This week's top 5:

  1. Why some employers must provide extra holiday in 2024
  2. MEPs approve world's first comprehensive AI law
  3. Translink 'has no more money' to increase pay offer
  4. 3 in 4 experience ‘discriminatory or exclusionary’ behaviour
  5. Labour says it will use state bank to fund female-led businesses

And in other news...............what are the three main drivers of AI in the Workplace? Barry Phillips considers what is really driving AI in the workplace and what it means for your organisation in the latest AI for HR Weekly Podcast...............

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