Weekly Review of Developments 6/8/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 August 2021
Mattel has created a Barbie doll in honour of an Oxford vaccine co-creator, Strictly has announced its first all-male pairing, and the NI weather is no longer its usual blisteringly hot self. And they say some things never change. Here are some more things that have changed this week...
This week's top stories:
- There's still time to apply for the Post Graduate Certificate in NI Employment Law and Practice
- Employers ‘named and shamed’ for paying less than National Minimum Wage
- Minister says businesses can choose to have ‘No Jab, No Job’ policies
- Number of furloughed workers drops below two million
- Executive publishes Covid Recovery Plan
- Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott, BL
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