Weekly Review of Developments 12/4/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 12 April 2019
Is the big question this week about the arrest of Julian ‘WikiLeaks’ Assange? Or about Brexit being delayed again? No. Who'll replace Darcey on Strictly? That's what we really need to know.
What we learned this week:
- Injury to feelings Vento Bands have been increased for discrimination cases
- Equality and Diversity Awards 2019 winners include Pinsent Masons, Sensata and Belfast HSC Trust
- There have been significant changes to Pensions
- Our free webinar next week is the GDPR One Year On – Key Developments in Data Protection for Employers
- Opening and closing a shop attracts extra working time payments
And here's this week's contents list in full...
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