Employment Law at 11 - March 2022Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 4 March 2022
Register for the next free webinar in our Employment Law at 11 series, during which Seamus McGranaghan, Director at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors, and Christine Quinn from Legal Island will discuss:
- As are easing at pace in England, NI prefers a more cautious approach. So, what does the easing mean for organisations here in NI? We discuss mask-wearing, self-isolating and who stumps up the cost for tests.
- Are you thinking of implementing a Fire and Re-hire policy in your organisation? A cautionary tale from the GB case of USDAW v Tesco Stores Ltd  should help guide you.
- The Fair Employment Tribunal is unique to NI within the UK – but do you know the law? The recent case of Campbell v
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