Friday Round Up: 10/05/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 10 May 2024
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Issues covered: AI, Data Protection, Discrimination, Manchester United, Supreme Court ruling, Small Businesses, Life Admin

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This week's top 5:

  1. Is it okay for employees to do ‘life admin’ during work hours?
  2. IBM points to need for more female leadership of AI
  3. Cybercriminals release ‘substantial amount’ of Scottish NHS data
  4. Remote work ban at Manchester United
  5. £8k settlement in disability discrimination case against NI chip shop

And in other news...............Catch up on this week's AI podcast, exploring why ChatGPT should be every HR manager’s brainstorming partner...


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Data Protection
  4. Rise in small business confidence could signal end of recession, new report finds
  5. Ratcliffe cites email traffic in imposing remote work ban at

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