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Weekly Review of Developments 29/10/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/10/2021 Meta. The smartest re-branding ever? Or will Mark Zuckerberg be forced to put on a brave face as he books his place in marketing history as the new Consignia? This week's top 5: Budget 2021 and Employment-Related Changes Equal Opportunity Will Never Be Achieved Wellbeing in Northern Ireland 2020/2...
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Weekly Review of Developments 22/10/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/10/2021 T. Rex sang Life’s a Gas. Life’s going to get very expensive this Christmas if you put the heating on. Ask for mittens. Or a blanket with a hood. Or maybe one of those big slippers that fit both your feet. This week's top 5: Executive's Autumn/Winter Covid-19 Contingency Plan ECNI Review of Legal...
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Weekly Review of Developments 15/10/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/10/2021 William Shatner shows that there is no place in space for age discrimination, unlike on earth, where it’s boldly grown into the jurisdiction with the highest average awards. They’ll soon be stratospheric, apparently. Rocketing up, so they are. This week's top 5: Staff Shortage Fears Dampen Jobs Re...
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Weekly Review of Developments 8/10/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 08/10/2021 Nightclubs reopen in NI on 31st October. There’s bound to be some scary dancing that night. This week's top 5: ECNI announces £40,000 settlement in Disability Discrimination case. The LRA has published helpful guidance on Hybrid Working. Don’t fire staff for making mistakes says founder of Twilio....
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Weekly Review of Developments 1/10/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 01/10/2021 Devastating and frankly unbelievable news this week that NI has a shortage of clowns. No, we are not going to suggest that circuses start by advertising in a big house on a hill. Nothing funny about that............... This week's top 5: Seven in 10 HRDs are mandating staff covid vaccinations, reg...
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Weekly Review of Developments 24/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/09/2021 I don’t want to get too cheesy, but will Team Europe win the Ryder Cup this weekend? You better Brielieve it! This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL discusses the application of the Jhuti decision in a protected disclosure case, and less favourable treatment of pa...
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Weekly Review of Developments 17/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/09/2021 They say the early bird catches the worm – book before 5pm today to get your place at this year's Annual Review of Employment Law at our early bird rate! This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: ambiguous contractual terms and the importance of clarity and note-taking when following...
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Weekly Review of Developments 10/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/09/2021 You dancing? You asking? I'm asking. I'm dancing. Yeah - we can dance again, like Kevin Bacon and the Liver Birds (younger readers - ask your mum). Only at weddings, mind. Here's the rest of this week's foot-tapping news... This week's top stories: In case reviews this week Jason Elliott discusses...
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Weekly Review of Developments 3/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/09/2021 News in this week that Scotland is to trial a four-day working week, without loss of income for the affected employees. They may take our nine to fives, but they will never take our fees, mum! This week's top stories: Working from home can keep older people in the workforce for longer, experts hav...
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Weekly Review of Developments 27/8/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 27/08/2021 News this week that Mr Kipling cakes has told its 800 staff members they will be able to decide where they work, as it adopts a new hybrid model. Do you think it will be seen as an exceedingly good offer and proof that you can have your cake and eat it? This week's top stories: Case law essentials...