Weekly Review of Developments 8/4/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 April 2022
This week's top 5:
- War in Ukraine - The Impact on the Employment Relationship
- Digital ‘fit note’ launched
- Bereavement Leave & Pay in NI
- P&O Ferries being sued for £76m by former sous chef following 'brutal' dismissal
- Women Less Likely to Have Successfully Asked for a Pay Rise Than Men
......................and in other news the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has launched its Strategic Plan 2022-2025 that identifies the five key priorities that will guide the Commission’s work for the next three years; and the President of the Industrial Tribunal and Fair Employment Tribunal has been appointed.
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