Weekly Review of Developments 6/9/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 September 2019
Poor Laura Kuenssberg – she’s putting in some hours. But at least she’ll have a decent bit of holiday pay under the PSNI v Agnew formula if she ever does get some time off.
What we learned this week:
- The UU Postgraduate Certificate in NI Employment Law starts soon
- You won't believe it but it's been a busy week for Brexit-related news items
- A TUC poll reveals that 1 in 3 flexible working requests are turned down
- Use of facial recognition technology comes under scrutiny
- Workers are calling in physically sick to hide their mental ill-health issues
- The latest 'Employment Law at 11' webinar with O'Relly Stewart starts today, somewhat unsurprisingly, at 11. Register now.
And here's this
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