Weekly Review of Developments 18/2/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 February 2022
Dudley and Eunice aren’t proper names for storms, are they? Just not scary enough. What’s next, Storm Fluffy? Anyway, here are a few items for you to read once you’ve battened down the hatches.
This week's top 5:
- Remaining restrictions in NI are lifted.
- Catholic worker receives £500k in British Army case.
- Zero Hours Workers and Banded Weekly Working Hours Bill survey launched.
- Advice on preventing injury to teleworkers has been published.
- British employees adapted to WFH without hitting productivity.
And in other news you can listen again to "4 Day Week: How to Reduce Work Hours and Increase Productivity" recorded at Legal Island's International HR Day conference on 27th January
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