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Weekly Review of Developments 15/5/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/05/2020 Stay Alert. Be Alert. Forever Alert. The world needs lerts now more than ever. Oh, the old jokes were rubbish, eh? This week's top stories: The NI Pathway to Recovery was published this week by the NI Executive which includes five steps to reopening businesses. The lack of dates to accompany the...
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Weekly Review of Developments 7/5/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 07/05/2020 7 weeks into lockdown with too much alcohol but without a decent haircut. Now would not be a good time to update your LinkedIn profile picture... This week's top stories: We’re all really excited here. That’s because our CEO Barry Phillips and MD Jayne Gallagher have just written a book entitled ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 1/5/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 01/05/2020 The Prime Minister missed PMQs again – blamed it on labour this time. So, do you qualify for full 80% furlough pay if you go off on paternity leave immediately after returning from sick leave under the Job Retention Scheme? This week's top stories: There’s still time to register for our free Emp...
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Weekly Review of Developments 24/4/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/04/2020 The sunny weather is set to continue into next week. After that, the rain is due to arrive, and it’s my turn to queue at the shops, apparently. This week's top stories: The Job Retention Scheme application portal opened this week to more than 185,000 claims on the first day. How was it for you?...
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Weekly Review of Developments 17/4/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/04/2020 This week’s opening line is sponsored by Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Three more weeks of this (and counting). Really? It’s OK – we’ve got you, babe. This week's top stories: Regular readers will know that we don't just run free webinars on workplace-related coronavirus issues. However, next Th...
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Weekly Review of Developments 9/4/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 09/04/2020 We're early this week and we're closed until Tuesday but we're not planning to go anywhere special for the Easter holidays. What about you? No? A quiet one at home is probably for the best. Stay safe, everyone. This week's top stories: Of course, we have loads on coronavirus and how it impacts o...
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Weekly Review of Developments 3/4/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/04/2020 We understand that latest government guidance explicitly states that no future videoconference calls may be made until the ban on hairdressers is lifted. Certainly not to Legal Island, that's for sure... quite literally hair-raising stuff. This week's top stories: We have a wide range of Free Web...
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Weekly Review of Developments 27/3/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 27/03/2020 In keeping with latest government guidelines, articles in today's email are at least 2 metres apart. Whatever you do, don't press print. This week's top stories: Obviously, Coronavirus work-related developments lead this edition of our weekly review emails. And there's loads of it, including the C...
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Weekly Review of Developments 20/3/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 20/03/2020 Too many people losing their jobs for a funny or pithy opener this week. Stay safe everyone This week's top stories: As the Government response to the Coronavirus is ramped up with school closures the SSP regulations are published which enable the payment of SSP for employees who are required to s...
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Weekly Review of Developments 13/3/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 13/03/2020 Friday the 13th - could anything else possibly go wrong? Here's this week's top employment stories: As the response to the Coronavirus ramps up the Chancellor announced £7 billion of extraordinary measures to help support businesses and individuals affected by the virus. Whether this will also h...