Weekly Review of Developments 29/3/2019

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 29 March 2019
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We had a series of indicative votes at Legal Island and actually came to a decision on what made the news this week. Leading the way. 

What we learned this week:

  • The annual increase in limits legislation has been published
  • The Court of Appeal sees no obvious reason why an employer must halt their own internal disciplinary procedures when a concurrent police investigation is ongoing
  • There has been an 18% decrease in the number of staff employed in the NI Civil Service over the last five years
  • The CIPD has produced some really useful guidance to help employers and employees talk about and

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This article is correct at 29/03/2019
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