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Weekly Review of Developments 11/2/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 11/02/2022 Greggs are launching a clothing range at Primark. That’s a sur-pies but apparently it won’t cost a lot of dough. Here’s the other news we cooked up for you this week… This week's top stories: Assembly backs Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Bill Home working helped women back into work Co Armagh ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 4/2/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 04/02/2022 How on earth could any reasonable employer be expected to know that calling their oldest colleague “Half-dead Dave” might be deemed discriminatory by a tribunal? PC gone mad, we say… This week's top 5: Appeal decision in Pimlico Plumbers holiday pay case issued Co-op workers win legal argument in ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 28/1/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 28/01/2022 Wine, cheese, cake, rhubarb. Some workplaces have a varied menu. Here’s the employment news that’s kept us salivating this week at Legal Island… This week's top 5: Half of workers are kinder to colleagues than before Covid What the Protocol means for Employment and Equality law in NI Younger worke...
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Weekly Review of Developments 21/1/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 21/01/2022 Excellent news - from Wednesday we’ll no longer need vaccine passports to get into work events or other places where drink is regularly served. This week's top 5: NI Executive announces easing of restrictions. Pay rises fail to keep up with the cost of living One Million Women Could Quit Due to L...
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Weekly Review of Developments 14/1/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 14/01/2022 Just when I thought I was in, they pull me back out again. What a week for news! Here are a few important workplace-related issues that you might have missed as a result... This week's top 5: Welcome to the 4-day Week Pilot Programme! £150,000 starting salaries as firms fight for staff Top Executi...
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Weekly Review of Developments 7/1/2022

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 07/01/2022 A Happy New Year to all our readers and welcome back to our weekly updates on employment-related matters. Here's what you might have missed over the festive period... This week's top 5: Fear of catching Covid-19 is not a protected belief under the GB Equality Act NI’s Labour Market Follows Global ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 17/12/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/12/2021 Welcome to the last review of developments' email for 2021. From everyone at Legal Island, we wish all of our readers and their loved ones a happy, peaceful and safe festive season. See you for a bumper edition in January. This week's top 5: UK Should Be Ready to Bring Back a Form of Furlough, say...
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Weekly Review of Developments 10/12/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/12/2021 Look at it this way – the cheese would’ve gone off. And then something would have smelled funny about the whole process. Whereas now… This week's top 5: Health and Safety Advice During Storms and Bad Weather Effective Hybrid Working: Practical Guidance Businesses Have Made 'almost no progress' on ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 3/12/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/12/2021 Congratulations to Belfast-based arts group the Array Collective on winning the Turner Prize for their mock Irish pub. It’s certainly better than a pile of bricks, but do we have to show our covid passports to enter the installation? This week's top 5: School closures before Christmas? NICICTU Wri...
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Weekly Review of Developments 26/11/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/11/2021 Black Friday and pay day – a potentially ruinous combination. But we’ll probably do it anyway. Go easy, everyone and let's hope it doesn't turn into a Black and Blue Saturday! This week's top 5: Home Working Message Reinforced 25th November - International Day for the Elimination of Violence again...