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Weekly Review of Developments 30/10/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 30/10/2020 Looking forward to Halloween? You should try this year’s online Annual Review of Employment Law next week - it’s gonna be a Scream. See what we did there? This week's top stories: In Case reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses whether Polkey reductions should also apply to loss of statutory...
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Weekly Review of Developments 23/10/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 23/10/2020 This is all getting far too simple. What we need are more changes to the Job Support Scheme and lockdown rules before the new ones are implemented - keep us on our toes. This week's top stories: The new Job Support Scheme has been revised - Joanne Lightburn of Jones Cassidy Brett has provided a s...
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Weekly Review of Developments 16/10/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/10/2020 One step forward and three steps back – not the Covid rules, silly: Strictly’s back this weekend! At last something else we can all talk about. This week's top stories: In Coronavirus Employment-related updates new restrictions for NI mean that some of us will once again have ‘Coronahair’ styles. ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 9/10/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 09/10/2020 There's no masking the truth – the only thing you can’t smell after single-handedly curing C-19 is hubris. Who’s the H&S rep at the Blight House? This week's top stories: Does your organisation use staff surveys? Be careful about what you ask - H&M has just been fined €35.3m (£32.1m) for t...
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Weekly Review of Developments 2/10/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 02/10/2020 The Irish Supreme Court says Subway’s rolls are too sugary to be bread. Does that make them cake? We’re on a roll ourselves with this week’s news, never knowingly sub-standard… This week's top stories: Join us at 11am today for our free 'Employment Law@11' webinar with Seamus McGranaghan, O'Reilly...
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Weekly Review of Developments 25/9/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 25/09/2020 Bake Off was good this week. Not much else to look forward too, eh? Apart from these happy thoughts… This week's top stories: The Government has provided a handy Factsheet on the new Job Support Scheme that will replace furlough payments from November. It's got a table of calculations and everythi...
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Weekly Review of Developments 18/9/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 18/09/2020 Book your place as this year's Annual Review of Employment Law on the 4th and 5th of November before the Early Bird offer finishes at 5pm TODAY! This week's top stories: In addition to our Annual Review of Employment Law we are also offering you the chance to attend a Future of Work Summitt on t...
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Weekly Review of Developments 11/9/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 11/09/2020 Can anyone honestly say they understand the rules on Covid-19 restrictions? If so, could you write an article for us? This week's top stories: Register now for the Annual Review of Employment Law on the 4th and 5th November and save money - early bird discount ends next Friday. Complete our short...
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Weekly Review of Developments 4/9/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 04/09/2020 There were 100 million Eat Out To Help Out meals claimed in August. Some of those diners may be reluctant to return to the office. Offer them a free burger – that should do the trick. This week's top stories: We have a free webinar next Thursday, 10th September with Anna Flanagan Senior Associate...
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Weekly Review of Developments 28/8/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 28/08/2020 A senior employee who almost single-handedly represents your brand wants to leave your Barcelona-based organisation? In fax, that’s going to be Messi. This week's top stories: This year’s Annual Review of Employment Law takes place over two fully packed days - the 4th and 5th November [online]. ...