Consultation TimePosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 20 July 2010 Issues covered:
The hopefully quieter summer period can be a great time to plan and catch up on the things you meant to do but couldn't get around to when things were in full swing. You might want to use this period to influence employment changes that will affect you and others.
The Labour Relations Agency has revised its Code of Practice on Time Off for Trade Union Duties and Activities. This includes guidance on time off for Union Learning Representatives (URLs):
The Agency is inviting you to comment on the draft Code which is available on the Agency’s website. Consultation ends on 6 August.
Recognising changes at work in recent years, much of the revisions concern the use of
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