Weekly Review of Developments 3/9/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 3 September 2021
News in this week that Scotland is to trial a four-day working week, without loss of income for the affected employees. They may take our nine to fives, but they will never take our fees, mum!
This week's top stories:
- Working from home can keep older people in the workforce for longer, experts have said.
- Two thirds of Irish chief executives surveyed expect most employees in their organisations will be working remotely at least two days a week.
- Our featured annual review session this week is the four-day working week.
- In case reviews this week Jason Elliott, BL discuses a case which demonstrates the way in which the Tribunal will examine the extension of time when it comes to discrimination
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