Weekly Review of Developments 14/2/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 February 2020
Oh, no! This weekend's storm is called Dennis. That could be really menacing. The storm after that will be Eeyore, which will bring with it a severe depression...
What we learned this week:
- The Equality Commission has published its 29th Fair Employment Monitoring Report
- Parental Bereavement Leave to be introduced in NI
- Employers who breach NMW rules will, once again, be named and shamed and new rules apply from April
- The Supreme Court hears the Mencap case on payments for sleep overs
- Stress-related sick notes increased by 8 per cent last year
And here's this week's contents list
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