Weekly Review of Developments 11/2/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 11 February 2022
Greggs are launching a clothing range at Primark. That’s a sur-pies but apparently it won’t cost a lot of dough. Here’s the other news we cooked up for you this week…
This week's top stories:
- Assembly backs Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Bill
- Home working helped women back into work
- Co Armagh Company Fined for unnecessary spread of asbestos material
- ‘No Excuse’ for Government not to mandate Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting in GB
- Senior executive wins age discrimination payout after he was called an 'old fossil'
.......................and in other news you can listen again to Seamus McGranaghan of O'Reilly Stewart solicitors and Christine Quinn of Legal Island discuss the big Covid
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