Weekly Review of Developments 1/4/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 1 April 2021
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Issues covered: Vento Bands; Annual Rate Increases; Gig Economy; Equal Pay; Holiday Pay

A weekly review email on a Thursday? Yep - there's no fooling our readers. Happy Easter, everyone. Stay safe - it's still out there. 

This week's top stories:

  • In Case Reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses the recent Supreme Court ruling in Asda v Brierley and, in the second case, the Isle of Man tribunal found that a Claimant who was unable to return from abroad due to Covid-19 restrictions was entitled to receive sick pay when he could not attend work due to self-isolation.
  • Thousands of civil servants in Northern Ireland could switch to blended working under an "enduring" working from home policy and research into the short and long-term implications of Covid-19 on the economy

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