Review of Employment Law 2013: A Year in WaitingPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 24 October 2013
We're almost at the end of 2013 and it's time for our annual round up email of employment law changes in Northern Ireland. In summary, things are coming to a head and look set to really change next year.
Ever since November 2011 HR and employment law practitioners in Northern Ireland have been awaiting the radical reform of employment law promised in GB. Slowly but surely reforms appear to be edging their way onto the horizon.
2012 was very much a "wait and see and look at GB" year and it was assumed that 2013 would be the year of incremental implementation but this has not been the case. The areas of reform were so numerous and disparate that to take each issue individually would have
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