Weekly Review of Developments 25/6/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 25 June 2021 Issues covered: Employment Tribunal Guidance; EU Settlement Scheme; Home working
Deliveroo has just won it’s fourth employment case indicating that their riders are not employees. Employment status – unlike Uber – we get it.
This week's top stories:
- There's still time to register for this afternoon's Diversity and Inclusion Forum Discussion, which asks - Where have all the older people gone?
- NI Employment Tribunal Hearings - Updated Presidential Guidance
- EU Settlement Scheme: Helping workers apply to stay in Northern Ireland after 30 June 2021
- Switch to more home working after covid ‘will make gender inequality worse’
- The Irish government is investigating the introduction of a four-day working week
- Next week's free webinar with O'Reilly Stewart
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This article is correct at 25/06/2021
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