Weekly Review of Developments 13/3/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 March 2020
Friday the 13th - could anything else possibly go wrong? Here's this week's top employment stories:
- As the response to the Coronavirus ramps up the Chancellor announced £7 billion of extraordinary measures to help support businesses and individuals affected by the virus. Whether this will also have effect for NI employers remains unclear. The BBC sets out some tricks and tools for getting the most out of working from home. Schools in the Republic of Ireland close for 2 weeks but remain open in Nothern Ireland. Don’t forget you can listen again here to our recent webinar which addressed a number of Employment issues arising from the Coronavirus outbreak.
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