Friday Round Up: 31/05/2024

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 31 May 2024
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Issues covered: Childcare; Bereavement; AI; Post Office; Team performance

Whether you're the talk of the Ton, or Diamond of the Season, our updates will titillate more than a sideways glance from the Duke of Hastings, and keep you better informed than Lady Whistledown's latest scandal sheet...................

This week's top 5:

  1. NI childcare cash 'a start - but hardly enough'
  2. Managers show signs of disengagement 12 weeks prior to leaving
  3. How will new AI regulations legislate?
  4. Post Office convictions quashed through legislation
  5. The impact of regular 1:1 meetings on team performance

And in other news............... We have a full day event, AI for HR, taking place online Tuesday, 24th September and we’re keen to hear from anyone in HR who already has experience of

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