Weekly Review of Developments 1/3/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 1 March 2019
News this week that barristers could earn more “working in McDonald’s”. And that’s only on a good week when they’re allowed to dress up as Ronald. Here’s some more rough justice…
What we learned this week:
- The GMB and the TUC have launched a new (and very good) 'disability passport';
- More than a quarter of NHS staff experienced bullying from managers or colleagues in the last year;
- Up to 60,000 jobs in Northern Ireland are at high risk due to the impacts of automation;
- The union representing many school leaders in Northern Ireland has received an "unprecedented" mandate for industrial action; and
- Legal Island founder and chairman, Barry Phillips, talks about a key mistake he
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