Legislation automation | The EU's new AI Act could land recruiters and employers in legal hot water

The EU's new AI Act could land recruiters and employers in legal hot waterThe EU's new AI Act could land recruiters and employers in legal hot water
While the EU’s human rights and worker rights protection no longer extends to the UK, this legislation – the first of its kind – will undoubtedly be picked up by other countries, and impacts those with offices in mainland Europe…

Employment law post-Brexit is a murky swamp of disinformation and confusion. Particularly as the current iteration of the Conservative government continually threatens to withdraw from its partnership in the European Convention on Human Rights – which the UK was instrumental in creating. The ECHR offers a lot of protection to employees, including freedom from enslavement, the right to not be spied on by employers, and much more.

It’s a tricky time for employment law and just when it seemed things couldn’t get any worse, we now have several lawsuits, firings and employment tribunals around the use of AI in the workplace.

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