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Friday Round Up: 14/04/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 14/04/2023 For updates faster than Joe Biden’s trip to NI……..it’s the Friday Round Up! This week's top 5: NI Mums on Their Battle to Meet Childcare Costs While Working Time for a HR Spring Clean? EU Retained Law Bill may be Delayed Unions Fear Ministers May Backtrack on UK Worker Protection Bill 42% of Emplo...
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Thursday Round Up: 06/04/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 06/04/2023 HR's favourite thing about Easter? Finally getting to use all those egg-cellent puns in their company-wide emails without feeling like a total yolker. This Week's Top 5: Equality Law GB NI – Similarities and Differences GB's Worker Protection Bill - Will 'Banter Bouncers' be Required? High Proport...
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Friday Round Up 31/03/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 31/03/2023 On the sad news of Paul O'Grady's death, and in the words of his alter ego, Lily Savage always remember "Life is too short to clean an oven." - RIP Paul & Lily This week's top 5: Judicial Assessment and Mediation Launched in Northern Ireland Tribunals Western Trust: Blind Man Paid £3,000 in Di...
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Friday Round Up 24/03/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/03/2023 Welcome to this week's Friday Round-Up that promises to provide more transparency than Boris Johnson's party planning texts..... This week's top 5: Starplan Furniture - A Cautionary Tale for NI Employers Inside 'McHire': How AI Reduced McDonald's Time-to-Hire by 65% It Needs Men to Disrupt Sexism ...
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Thursday Round Up 16/03/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/03/2023 In a week in which we’ve seen the rise of the machines we’re wondering at Legal Island whether we should replace coffee breaks with an oil change? Here’s what else we’ve been pondering this week …. This Week's Top 5: 75% of Companies Reporting Talent Shortages and Difficulty Hiring £19k Award for ...
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Friday Round-Up 10/03/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/03/2023 Artic air and Attenborough flair; we keep you updated because we care........... This week's top 5: International Women's Day Strikes Bill “huge step backwards” for Tackling Racism at Work Elon Musk apologises UK firms back health and safety rules in face of Retained EU Law Bill Blog: Why Addressi...
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Friday Round Up 03/03/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/03/2023 Pierce Brosnan, Aurora Borealis and Rishi Sunak all spotted in NI this week! Our employment law updates also have something for everyone ... This week's top 5: ‘Fake’ Flexibility Hampering Working Mothers’ Careers Can HR be Trusted? Workday Sued over its AI Job Screening Tool How Vista's Remote-Fi...
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Friday Round Up 24/02/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/02/2023 Like Martin McDonagh at the BAFTAS, positive acclaim for the 4-day week has taken over…. but is the verdict still out? Keep informed with our updates below … This week's top 5: Women ‘Work for Free for Nearly Two Months’ AI Industrial Revolution puts Middle-Class Workers Under Threat Almost All 6...
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Friday Round Up 17/02/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/02/2023 Friday Round-Up – stories bigger than Sam Smith’s trousers! This week's top 5: New Equality Commission Guidance on Promoting Equality through Monitoring Westminster Government Backs Ban on Use of NDAs Is Lack of Togetherness a Price Worth Paying for Remote Working? Neurodiversity: 5 Things Employe...
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Friday Round Up 10/02/2023

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/02/2023 Don't watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going. - Sam Levenson This week's top 5: Judge Says Swearing at Work has Lost its Shock Strike Action: NI Heads Advised Only to Close Schools as Last Resort House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee Publishes Government Response to Menopause and t...