Weekly Review of Developments 18/10/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 October 2019
That’s another fine old Eton mess they’ve gotten us into. Maybe if there’s an XL turkey in the mix it’ll be more palatable for some? Tomorrow’s parliamentary debate should be tasty.
What we learned this week:
- School Principals and Royal Mail unions vote in favour of strike action
- Totally coincidentally, our next free employment law webinar on 1st November will feature questions on trade union ballots and more
- The Equality and Human Rights Commission in GB has issued guidance on the use of NDAs and confidentiality clauses
- South of the border, a free employment law advice clinic for women has been set up by the National Women’s Council of Ireland
And here's this week's
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