Weekly Review of Developments 18/4/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 April 2019
An early review this week because we’re closed tomorrow. Happy Easter, everyone.
What we learned this week:
- NI's economic inactivity rate is one of the lowest on record but the employment rate is the highest on record
- We have a Lewis Silkin article about employees fined for unlawfully accessing personal data and the Morrisons' vicarious liability data protection case will go to the Supreme Court
- MEPs have approved minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs
- Presenteeism continues to rise and we're all getting sick due to Brexit uncertainty
- A majority of BAME workers have experienced racial harassment at work in the last five years
And here's this week's
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