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Weekly Review of Developments 29/4/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/04/2022 This week's top 5: Whistleblower vet awarded £1.25m settlement Lidl to Offer Staff Paid Time Off for IVF Cycles Burnout Still Rife Among Female Workers Despite Increase in Hybrid Do you want to find out how much your colleagues earn? Call for Extra Bank Holiday to be Made Permanent And in other n...
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Weekly Review of Developments 22/4/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/04/2022 This week's top stories: Over two thirds of shift workers say that their health has suffered as a result of their work schedule Young women (aged 25-29) face a 7.2% unadjusted gender pay gap at the start of their professional careers in the labour market A breastfeeding teacher has won a sexual ha...
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Weekly Review of Developments 14/4/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 14/04/2022 Good Friday is not a public holiday and is a normal working day, but we're closed and most of our customers will be on holiday, so we're a day early with your weekly update... This week's top 5: Assembly passes legislation giving victims of domestic abuse 10 days’ paid leave per year. Permanent St...
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Weekly Review of Developments 8/4/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 08/04/2022 This week's top 5: War in Ukraine - The Impact on the Employment Relationship Digital ‘fit note’ launched Bereavement Leave & Pay in NI P&O Ferries being sued for £76m by former sous chef following 'brutal' dismissal Women Less Likely to Have Successfully Asked for a Pay Rise Than Men ......
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Weekly Review of Developments 1/4/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 01/04/2022 This week's top stories: Parental Bereavement Leave Regulations Published. Vento Bands are updated. Dates for the 2022 Annual Review of Employment Law are confirmed. Three-quarters of workers in favour of compressed working week. Call to research for all busy multitaskers! ..................and ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 25/3/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 25/03/2022 Here's your bumper edition of the Weekly Review following on from last week's absence due to the holiday and it just shows that a lot can happen in a week! This week's top stories: Not Consulting on Job Cuts Broke the Law - P&O Boss Admits. Annual rate increases are announced. SSP Covid rule...
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Weekly Review of Developments 11/3/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 11/03/2022 Due to St Patrick’s Day being on Thursday next week and lots of our readers taking a long weekend, we’ll be back with a bumper edition of your employment review on 25th March. Meanwhile, here’s this week’s news… This week's top 5: Ukraine Crisis - Considerations for Employers International Women’s...
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Weekly Review of Developments 4/3/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 04/03/2022 If you can, please take some time to donate to https://donate.redcross.org.uk/appeal/ukraine-crisis-appeal. This week's top 5: Updated Comparative Employment Law Table Published! Women Work for Free for Nearly Two Months of the Year What are the Top Skills HR Will Need in 2030? Employee Surveillan...
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Weekly Review of Developments 25/2/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 25/02/2022 Here is the employment-related news that might impact upon you… This week's top five: Our Comparative Table has been updated and is coming soon! Fainting pilots and salacious rumours - the case of Lawson v Virgin Atlantic has it all! Almost 40% of UK FTSE 100 Board Roles held by women 1 in 8 Worki...
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Weekly Review of Developments 18/2/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 18/02/2022 Dudley and Eunice aren’t proper names for storms, are they? Just not scary enough. What’s next, Storm Fluffy? Anyway, here are a few items for you to read once you’ve battened down the hatches. This week's top 5: Remaining restrictions in NI are lifted. Catholic worker receives £500k in British Ar...