Weekly Review of Developments 9/7/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 9 July 2021
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Issues covered: Postgraduate Certificate; Case Reviews; Coronavirus; The 4 Day Week

Football (apparently), tennis, and even cycling - it’s all been happening this week, with huge amounts of drama getting us over-excited. This’ll help calm you down…

This week's top stories:

  • The Postgraduate Certificate in NI Employment Law is now open for registration before commencing September 2021.
  • In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses a recent case in which a community nurse who was required to work weekends was indirectly discriminated against on the grounds of gender and, in the second case, the EAT considers the appropriateness of a 20% uplift in an award of compensation.
  • Iceland is the latest country to produce research showing trials of a 4-day working

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