Weekly Review of Developments 29/5/2020

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 29 May 2020
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Issues covered: Coronavirus; Diversity and Inclusion Forum; Preliminary Hearings; People Profession Survey; Trade Union Statistics 2020

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This week's top stories: 

  • Today sees the launch of the Diveristy and Inclusion Forum which kicks of with Michael Wardlow, former Chief Commissioner at the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland discussing “Re-imagining Diversity and Inclusion in a changing workplace post Covid19.” Future discussions confirmed will feature fabulous world class contributors, including Stephen Frost (who embedded D&I into the London Olympics), Raafi Aldina co-author of “Building an Inclusive

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