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Data Protection Implications of Selling From the UK into the EU after Brexit

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 10/03/2021 After years of uncertainty surrounding what GDPR would look like post Brexit, the trade agreement signed last Christmas Eve has left the UK with a hard GDPR border. It has however also secured a temporary transfer period for the transfer of EU data to the UK: the “Bridge”. This webinar recording i...
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In Brief: Important Updates from February 2021

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 08/03/2021 A number of useful articles were added to the Legal Island Employment Law Hub throughout February 2021. Here is a quick recap of some of the recent additions to the Coronavirus employment-related and Brexit hubs. Coronavirus Employment-Related Updates Compelling Employees to be Vaccinated for Covi...
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Performance Conversations and Motivation of Remote-based Millennials

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 25/02/2021 The subject of performance conversations never goes away for employers or HR professionals. It has been to the fore in this last year. Assuming our speaker is correct, how can you ensure your top performing Millennial employees remain top performers or get back to performing at their best, where th...
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Shaping the Post Covid World of Work

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 18/02/2021 In this webinar recording, Kevin Empey of WorkMatters shares his experience of helping organizations to shape their ‘Future of Work’ models for the more blended, post Covid world of work we are all facing. While it will be some months before most employers open up their workplace to all employees,...
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Webinar Recordings NI Coronavirus/Covid-19
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In Brief: Important Updates from January 2021

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 01/02/2021 A number of useful articles were added to the Legal Island Employment Law Hub throughout January 2021. Here is a quick recap of some of the recent developments within the employment law sphere: Homeworking and Home-schooling: Seven Ways Employers Can Support Parents – as the NI Executive announces ...
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Mark McAllister's Employment Law Revision Day: Top 5 Cases from 2020 & Developments for 2021

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 29/01/2021 In this webinar recording, Director of Employment Relations Services at the Labour Relations Agency, Mark McAllister, joins Head of Learning & Development at Legal Island, Scott Alexander, to discuss the top 5 employment cases of the year. Each case review covers: A short discussion on the fa...
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Webinar Recordings NI Brexit
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Brexit: Implications for NI Employers of EU Nationals

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 25/01/2021 Introduction The Brexit implementation period ended at 11pm on 31 December 2020, and with it, free movement of persons in the EU also came to an end. This is despite the fact that the EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement (TCA) was agreed between the UK and the EU on 24 December. Therefore, it is...
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Brexit
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NI Employment Law: What We Learned Last Quarter (Q4 2020)

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 11/01/2021 Every three months we update you with some of the key developments in employment law and practice affecting the Northern Ireland workplace in that quarter. You’ll find many more learning points on our Northern Ireland Employment Law Hub but, if you don’t have time to research every item, here are a...
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Our Top 5 From 2020

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 07/01/2021 Well, 2020 was certainly an interesting year and we thought we would celebrate the New Year with a review of our top 5 offerings from 2020. Guidance for Employers in Making Reasonable Adjustments – we launched this guidance at our Annual Review of Employment Law in November 2020. Developed in as...
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Covert Recording in the 'Workplace' - When Might it be Lawful?

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 07/01/2021 In July 2020, the CIPD published an extensive report into workplace technology. Amongst its key findings were: 45% of employees believe that monitoring is currently taking place in their workplace - wherever that might be 86% believe that workplace monitoring and surveillance will increase in the ...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act Policies and Procedures