Weekly Review of Developments 21/6/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 21 June 2019
Yum. That was a delicious dish served nice and cold. What’s that? Bring back Theresa? Oh, you’re sorry now, are you? Too late…
What we learned this week:
- The PSNI case on holiday pay entitlement is estimated to cost NI employers £400m
- It's probably more - apparently more than £40,000 a day is being spent on overtime by government departments alone in Northern Ireland
- Luckily, our next free webinar with O'Reilly Stewart solicitors is on 5th July and will discuss the implications of the PSNI holiday pay case for employers and employees
- The government has rejected two key recommendations by a parliamentary committee for curbing “extravagant” executive pay packages
- A new European Labour
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