Weekly Review of Developments 15/11/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 November 2019
News that Grange Hill might return was greeted with dismay by the current cast of EastEnders, who view it as a thinly veiled attempt at succession planning and enforced redundancies.
What we learned this week:
- Just 3 weeks are left to enter the NI Equality and Diversity Gala & Awards 2020
- An NI tribunal awards £14k for injury to feelings and a GB tribunal rules that requiring an employee to work late shifts was disability discrimination
- More than eight out of 10 UK employees work in service industries and NI's employment rate is at a record high
- Invest NI is seeking Board
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