Weekly Review of Developments 22/5/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 22 May 2020 Issues covered:
How did Sir James Dyson become the UK’s richest person? He probably hoovered up the competition, that’s how. Those unbelievably wealthy people seem to live in a vacuum nowadays.
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- Next week sees the inaugural meeting of the Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Forum. The first guest will be none other than Michael Wardlow, former Chief Commissioner at the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. On Friday 29th May at 3.30p.m. online, Michael will be presenting for 15 minutes on “Re-imagining Diversity and Inclusion in a changing workplace post Covid19” which will be followed by an extended Q&A.
- The Department for the Economy will will publish a
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