Employment Law at 11: No Jab, No Job; Changes to Furlough Scheme; ECNI Guidance on Menopause in the WorkplacePosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 2 July 2021 Issues covered: Covid-19; Vaccines; Menopause Policy
In this month's Employment Law at 11 webinar, Seamus McGranaghan, Partner at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors is be joined by Christine Quinn, Learning & Development Officer at Legal Island, and special guest, Helen Smyth, Senior Employment Relations Manager in Advisory Services at the Labour Relations Agency.
Topics covered and areas discussed in today's webinar include:
- ‘no jab, no job’ here in Northern Ireland in light of the decision on care home staff in England
- Upcoming Changes to the Covid-19 Furlough Scheme
- The recent Equality Commission for Northern Ireland guidance on Menopause in the Workplace
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