Weekly Review of Developments 10/5/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 10 May 2019
Turns out the Belfast Marathon is a bit like eventually having to dismiss underperforming employees – longer and more tedious than it ought to be for everyone concerned. This week's more measured news…
What we learned this week:
- Congratulations to Mark McAllister, who has been appointed as Director of Employment Relations Services for the LRA
- There is still time to enter the draw for a FREE place on the world's best PG Cert in NI Employment Law and Practice
- British and Irish ministers have signed a deal to preserve the Common Travel Area after Brexit
- Our equality update features developments in vegan discrimination, older workers, the Arts Council for NI and shared parental
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