Comparative Employment Law Table: GB and NI November 2021

Posted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 18 November 2021
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Issues covered: Comparative Employment Law Table NI & GB; Legislation

This comparative employment law table outlines the key differences between GB and NI as at 10th November 2021.  The purpose of this Table is to provide a handy reference guide, complete with links to relevant legislation and other documents in the hope that this will assist you to understand and deal with the differences in employment law developments in the last 3 years between Northern Ireland and Great Britain in this area.

With this in mind we have split the table by subject area, with an Index at the front that we hope will make it easy to find particular comparisons.  We do not pretend that this table is comprehensive - indeed especially as regards to case law it could

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This article is correct at 18/11/2021

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