Weekly Review of Developments 28/1/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 January 2022 Issues covered: caselaw; Coronavirus; Kindness; The NI Protocol
Wine, cheese, cake, rhubarb. Some workplaces have a varied menu. Here’s the employment news that’s kept us salivating this week at Legal Island…
This week's top 5:
- Half of workers are kinder to colleagues than before Covid
- What the Protocol means for Employment and Equality law in NI
- Younger workers will benefit from return to office
- Pet shop assistant unfairly dismissed for whistleblowing on Covid measures
- Tribunal backlog in England and Wales reaches new high
…………………………………….and in other news, have you seen our EXCLUSIVE webinar with Connor Smyth, winner of the Channel 4 series ‘Who Dares Wins’? From professional dancer to winner of the toughest course ever on the Channel 4’s show,
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This article is correct at 28/01/2022
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