Weekly Review of Developments 14/8/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 August 2020
We've just experienced “the largest quarterly GDP drop in history”. Let's hope we don't hear that cheery line in three months' time. Scary stuff.
This week's top stories:
- We have moved our online annual review of employment law to 4th and 5th November - 20 speakers confirmed so far, many more to come
- A new law to ensure that furloughed NI employees who are made redundant receive statutory redundancy pay based on their normal wages has come into force
- 47% of managers believe their employees may be at risk of burnout
- One in three employers are planning to make job cuts by the end of September
- Case Law Reviews: You know the time between dismissal and reinstatement of an employee? The CJEU has
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