Weekly Review of Developments 3/12/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 3 December 2021 Issues covered: Case Law; Coronavirus; Discrimination; Domestic Abuse (Safe Leave) Bill
Congratulations to Belfast-based arts group the Array Collective on winning the Turner Prize for their mock Irish pub. It’s certainly better than a pile of bricks, but do we have to show our covid passports to enter the installation?
This week's top 5:
- School closures before Christmas? NICICTU Write to Education Minister
- Has Work Become Less Secure?
- Number of Tribunal claims citing menopause surges
- Domestic Abuse (Safe Leave) Bill 2021
- Portugal´s new law on working from home faces criticism
…………………………………….and in other news there's still time to register for this morning's Employment Law at 11 webinar during which Christine Quinn from Legal Island and Seamus McGranaghan Director, O’Reilly
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