Weekly Review of Developments 16/4/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 April 2021 Issues covered: Coronavirus Restrictions; Duty of Candour; Employment references; Trade Union Recognition
If you do manage to get your haircut by 30th April, will you still go to the pub that day if it's windy? So many difficult choices opening up for us again. Let's hope it lasts this time around.
This week's top stories:
- In Case Reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses a recent NICA decision in an ill health dismissal and, in the second case, Jason considers time limits, constructive dismissal and discrimination in an EAT case.
- In C-19 News, the NI Executive has announced the easing of some restrictions from next week and the good news for some is you can get a haircut again from next Friday. The Equality Commission has produced a report outlining the important lessons we have learnt
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