Record numbers of businesses using AI-based systems to hire and fire staff

Stuart Sumner
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David Sant, commercial solicitor specialising in data and technology at Harper James Solicitors, warns that employers joining the AI revolution need to be increasingly mindful of the laws surrounding workers’ rights as sign-up sky-rockets during the pandemic as companies look at remote ways to recruit

In a potentially landmark ruling, judges in Amsterdam ruled  six people dismissed by Uber should be given their jobs back.  One of the key issues was whether the drivers - five of whom were Brit...

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