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NI Employment Law: What We Learned Last Quarter (Q3 2022)

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 05/12/2022 What We Learned Last Quarter – November 2022 Legal Island's Learning and Development team have collated all of the updates we sent our 1,000+ Employment Law Hub subscribers in Q3 2022.  In a quarter that saw the seasons change, Stormont remaining empty, Matt Hancock somehow being branded a ‘celebri...
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Government Backs New Laws on Carers, Sexual Harassment, Flexible Working, Redundancy Protection and More: The Employment Bill by the Back Door?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 23/11/2022 Back in 2019, the government announced a new Employment Bill. A pandemic and two prime ministers later, it has not appeared. But several Private Members’ Bills now cover much of the same ground and have gained government support. Employment law reform now looks likely to be ushered in by the back d...
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What Does the Autumn Statement Mean for Businesses and Individuals in Northern Ireland?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 18/11/2022 Áine O’Hare, Tax Lead Partner and International Business Lead for PwC Northern Ireland, comments on what the Autumn Statement means for businesses and individuals in Northern Ireland. There were no big surprises for businesses in today’s announcements in terms of the rate of corporation tax which ...
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Men's Mental Health: A Silent and Far-reaching Emergency

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 14/11/2022 Current research tells us that: men have a suicide rate 3 times higher than women in Ireland domestic violence against men in Northern Ireland has increased by more than 40% in nine years men on average die 4-5 years before women If we're serious about addressing men's mental health and using Men...
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Discrimination and Equality Wellbeing
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Lunch and Learn with MCS Group: Having their Cake and Eating it – The Need for Branding & EVP During a Tight Labour Market

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 09/11/2022 Grab your lunch and join Julie Holmes, Knowledge Partner at Legal Island and Ryan Calvert, Manager of HR Recruitment for UK and Ireland, as they continue to discuss the key trends emerging in HR recruitment. In the current labour market, candidates can have their cake and eat it too. How can your o...
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Can you answer these employment law and HR questions?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 07/11/2022 Legal Island's knowledge team have put together a quick 10-question multiple choice quiz to test your knowledge of employment law and HR developments in 2022. How did you fare? And have you booked your annual employment update yet? Over 300 of your local HR peers have already registered to attend ...
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What Might the Brexit Freedoms Bill Mean for Employment Law in Northern Ireland?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 03/11/2022 A major shake-up of Northern Irish employment legislation is on the cards, complicated by there being no functioning Northern Ireland Executive, or Assembly in Northern Ireland. The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (Brexit Freedoms Bill) was introduced in the House of Commons on 22 Sept...
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Discrimination and Equality Brexit Comparative Law
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AREL 2022: Session Spotlights with the Speakers

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 02/11/2022 We asked a number of our Annual Review of Employment Law 2022 conference speakers to record a short video on what their session will cover and why it's important for you. Review of the Year - Mark McAllister, Director of Employment Relations, LRA Northern Ireland Case Law Review and Key ...
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Right To Work Checks Update – End of Covid-19 Adjusted Checks

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 25/10/2022 Temporary adjustments to Right to Work checks introduced in March 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic formally ended on 30 September 2022. Adjusted checks were initially slated to end after 16 May 2021, but this was deferred a number of times, most recently to allow employers time to establis...
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Immigration
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A Winter Of Blackouts? UK Employers May Need To Prepare For Electricity Shortages

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 14/10/2022 The National Grid has warned that households and firms across Britain could face rolling power cuts of up to 3 hours this winter. This article from Lewis Silkin explores some of the issues for employers to consider ahead of this potential energy emergency. Western Europe’s supplies of oil and natur...