Employment Law at 11 - Redundancy, Industrial Action and Employing RefugeesPosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 1 April 2022
In this webinar, Seamus McGranaghan of O’Reilly Stewart Solicitors joins Rolanda Markey of Legal Island to discuss your employment law queries. They discuss redundancy consultation and notification; dealing with industrial action – what not to do, and the position for NI employers in employing Ukrainian refugees.
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