Maternity Leave and Payment; Ownership of LinkedIn Contacts; Performance IssuesPosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 1 February 2019
Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island, discusses your Northern Ireland employment law questions and topical HR issues with Seamus McGranaghan and Hannah McGrath from the employment team at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors.
Topics covered in this month's webinar include:
- Maternity leave and payment
- Maternity leave and fixed-term contracts
- Ownership of LinkedIn contacts
- Performance issues
- Performance issues and mental health
Don’t forget to visit the ‘Seamus Says – Employment Law Discussion’ section on the employment law hub, which provides answers to over 130 employment-related questions addressed throughout this webinar series.
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