Weekly Review of Developments 19/11/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 19 November 2021
The booster jab is not the only thing that can give the over-40s a boost. Here’s something that will perk you up, regardless of age…
This week's top 5:
- Equal Pay Day was 18th November 2021
- Stormont Ministers Vote for Covid Passports
- Real Living Wage Rises To £9.90 An Hour
- Workers Call the Shots as Job Vacancies Boom
- Donna Traynor resigns from BBC with Tribunal speculation
……………..and in other news the Republic of Ireland has returned to working from home again from today and Early Conciliation in Northern Ireland is to be reviewed in line with the statutory requirement.
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