NI Employment Law In Brief: April 2023Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 9 May 2023 Issues covered: Absence; Reasonable Adjustments; Neurodiversity; WFH; Banter; Union Rep
In this month’s ‘In Brief’,we'll be dishing out all the juicy details on the most recent developments in the world of HR and employment law. From case law updates to emerging trends and best practices, we'll make sure you're always in the know. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and get ready to stay ahead of the curve.
The Office for National Statistics reported the percentage of working hours lost to sickness absence rose to 2.6% in 2022, the highest it has been since 2004.Patricia Rooney from the employment team at Tughans LLPcame to the rescue to provide practical answers when asked An Employee who has had Repeated Periods of Short-term Sickness Absence: How do
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This article is correct at 09/05/2023
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