Weekly Review of Developments 14/4/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 April 2022 Issues covered: Domestic abuse legislation; Migration routes; Fit notes
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This week's top 5:
- Assembly passes legislation giving victims of domestic abuse 10 days’ paid leave per year.
- Permanent Staff Appointments Rise at Slowest Rate for a Year.
- Imminent Changes to UK Economic Migration Routes.
- Office manager wins £23,000 after she was sacked when she asked for a new chair.
- 500 barristers in England and Wales start industrial action.
...................and in other news NICS is looking for a strategic, dynamic, delivery focused leader to be their new Chief of Staff.
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This article is correct at 14/04/2022
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