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The JMB Chooses Legal Island’s LMS Platform for Workplace Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment Compliance Training

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 29/04/2024 The JMB Chooses Legal Island’s LMS Platform for Workplace Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment Compliance Training Legal Island is pleased to announce that the Joint Managerial Body (JMB) has selected our Learning Management System (LMS) platform to deliver comprehensive workplace bullying tr...
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The Role of Leadership in Navigating Team Dynamics, Conflict and Organisational Success

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 29/04/2024 In every organisation, conflict is not just inevitable—it's necessary. When properly managed, conflict can support team development, create innovative approaches and elevate performance to high levels. Within this article I want to explore conflict and models from the past that I feel are very appr...
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Dispute Resolution Employee Engagement
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What We Learned Last Quarter: April 2024

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 11/04/2024 Q1 of 2024 is over! Whether you are a legal aficionado or an HR connoisseur, catch up below… Case Law Wendy Irvine's dismissal fiasco at Optilase (UK) Ltd (Irvine v Optilase (UK) Ltd [2024] NIIT 7465/21 ) serves as a cautionary tale against assuming resignations. Let's not play guessing games with...
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Unlocking the Power of Coaching Skills for HR

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 13/03/2024 There has been a lot of research about the impact of leaders and managers using a coaching approach in the workplace, with coaching now clearly evidenced as a powerful tool for driving employee development, engagement, and organisational performance. There’s much less research about the benefits of...
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Employee Engagement
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NI Employment Law In Brief: January 2024

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 08/02/2024 Feel like you're experiencing deja vu? I swear I had the same resolutions last year. That's Janu-eerie, right? Joking aside (!) in case you missed them, please find January’s webinars and articles below: ACCESS FREE TO ALL What Needs to Change in our Schools in the New Year? - Frank Cassidy, Forme...
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Recruitment and Selection Immigration
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Speakers for Schools Shares 3 Steps to Boost your Early Talent Pipeline

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 06/02/2024 Back in 2021, The Open University’s annual Business Barometer report revealed 69% of Northern Ireland businesses believed there was a skills shortage in their organisation. In the same year, the Economy Minster outlined her 10x strategy for the Northern Ireland economy, stressing the need for busin...
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Recruitment and Selection Employee Engagement
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What We Learned Last Quarter: January 2024

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 11/01/2024 Legal Island's Knowledge team have collated all the updates we sent our 1,000+ Employment Law Hub subscribers in Q4 2023, and it has been a busy one! AI As Olga Pollock put it, “What’s all this Chat about AI?” Is it about to transform the legal profession? Certainly the courts have paid attention...
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Right to Work: Pay Attention or Pay the Price!

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 10/01/2024 Reducing migration – both legal and illegal - remains a key policy for the government. Unannounced visits designed to stop illegal working increased by 50% in 2023 and 2024 will bring significant increases in civil penalties for employers found to be facilitating illegal working. With the maximum f...
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Immigration
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What’s Happening in Northern Irish Employment Law in 2024?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 05/01/2024 Following the political talks before the holidays, could we see the return of the Executive and Assembly in Northern Ireland in early 2024? The current political stalemate is causing an increasing divergence between the employment laws in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. That said, the post-Brex...
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Contracts of Employment Pay Gender Pay Gap
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Major Changes to Legal Migration Announced

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 11/12/2023 Home Secretary, James Cleverly, has revealed the government’s plans to reduce legal net migration, including major changes to skilled worker visa salary thresholds and a curb on migrant workers bringing their dependants to the UK. Some of the significant changes coming in 2024 include: The minimum...
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Immigration