Weekly Review of Developments 14/1/2022

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 January 2022
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Issues covered: Case Law; Coronavirus; Webinars; Salaries; 4-day week; Sick Pay Cuts for Unvaccinated staff

Just when I thought I was in, they pull me back out again. What a week for news! Here are a few important workplace-related issues that you might have missed as a result...

This week's top 5:

  1. Welcome to the 4-day Week Pilot Programme!
  2. £150,000 starting salaries as firms fight for staff
  3. Top Executives Earn Median Annual Wage in Just Four Days
  4. Sainsbury's raises pay to £10 an hour
  5. Ikea and Next Cut Sick Pay For Unvaccinated UK Staff Who Are Self-Isolating

…………………………………….and in other news there is still time to register for our FREE Employment Case Law Revision Day webinar with Mark McAllister and Emma McIlveen BL on 20th January and Legal Island is delighted to announce the launch of our

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This article is correct at 14/01/2022

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