Weekly Review of Developments 24/5/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 May 2019
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What we learned this week:
- A claimant's assumption that his advisors had lodged his UD claim was not grounds for extending the time limit
- Asking customers of Chinese descent to speak in English constituted discrimination
- Employment Tribunals NI has an Employment Judge vacancy
- Free place available on the PG Cert in NI Employment Law and Practice - last chance to enter draw
- Barry Philips speaks to Marie Anderson, Public Sector Ombudsman NI
And here's this week's contents list in full...
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