NI Employment Law: What We Learned Last Quarter (Q4 2021)Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 18 January 2022
Every three months we update you with some of the key developments in employment law and practice affecting the Northern Ireland workplace in the quarter.
You’ll find many more learning points on the Northern Ireland Employment Law Hub, but here are a few highlights from quarter 4 of 2021 - click on the links below to find out more:
- It's back! Legal Island's Comparative Employment Law Table made a welcome return to the NI Employment Law hub. It was originally published for our Annual Review of Employment law in November. If you missed this event, there’s still time to purchase a digital video and notes bundles of all the engaging sessions. Just contact
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