Weekly Review of Developments 2/7/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 2 July 2021 Issues covered: Furlough Scheme; 4-day working week; Right to Disconnect; EU Settlement Scheme
Players at Wimbledon are tumbling at the same rate as government contributions to furlough pay. Here’s the news that’ll have you upright this week…
This week's top stories:
- In today's Employment Law@11 webinar, Seamus McGranaghan of O'Reilly Stewart and Helen Smyth of the LRA discuss ‘no jab, no job’ in NI, changes to the furlough scheme and the recent ECNI guidance on Menopause in the workplace.
- Legal Island has donated £558 as part of its Rate to Donate campaign.
- Employers now have to contribute to the cost of keeping their staff furloughed.
- EU Settlement Scheme deadline of 30 June 2021 passes.
- Do we need a new law to ban out-of-hours emails?
- Belfast law firm outlines why a four-day
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This article is correct at 02/07/2021
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