Employment Law Revision Day with Mark McAllisterPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 10 February 2022
Mark McAllister, Director of Employment Relations at the Labour Relations Agency, and Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island, discuss the top 5 employment cases of the year from Northern Ireland and Great Britain that impact on NI employers.
Each case review will cover:
- A short discussion on the facts and background in the case
- A short discussion on the decision and why it’s important to you
- Recommended actions as a result of the decision
Scott: Good morning, everybody. Welcome to the second webinar of the year from Legal-Island. The last one was Seamus McGranaghan doing his usual update on all things employment
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