Weekly Review of Developments 26/4/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 April 2019
We hope you had a lovely Easter break. Don't worry, all you missed was Stormont getting back together, the Brexit impasse being fixed and global warming reversed. Apart from those minor issues...
Here is what we learned this week:
- The National Minimum Wage does not apply to time spent 'available for work'
- Legal Island is offering a FREE PLACE on the UU Post Graduate Certificate in NI Employment Law and Practice
- MEPs have approved new EU-wide whistleblowing laws
- National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) reports on the most hacked passwords
- Next week's Employment Law at 11 webinar with ORS will focus on discipline, redundancy and the GDPR
And here's this week's contents list in
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