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Weekly Review of Developments 13/12/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 13/12/2019 Inspired by a lovely card from HR consultant Christine Swail this week, if you're in HR, let's hope today's Christmas party is an investigation-free zone. If the party is next week on Black Eye Friday, you've only yourself to blame. What we learned this week: The run-up to the election brought B...
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Weekly Review of Developments 6/12/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 06/12/2019 Did you know that Benji Horror synonym objects, Benji Bjorn cronyism shooter and Benji Bronson Jeromy Ostrich are all anagrams of two well-known politicians? But which two? How else can we maintain our sanity this coming week? What we learned this week: The UK's disability pay gap is 12.2 per ce...
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Weekly Review of Developments 29/11/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/11/2019 Applications for NI Equality and Diversity Gala & Awards 2020 closing soon... Maybe Channel 4 was sending out a subliminal ad for Frozen 2? That's a whistleblowing investigation just waiting to happen. Some people won't let it go. This week's big news includes: The Countdown is on...The ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 22/11/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/11/2019 There must be something about Josie. The not-so-special-last-time-one is back and has replaced the one-who-has-won-nothing-one. It must be an easy job being a football manager head-hunter: “Call Josie!” What we learned this week: UK Workers 'Pull Sickies To Avoid Going To Work' Health And Social S...
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Weekly Review of Developments 15/11/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/11/2019 News that Grange Hill might return was greeted with dismay by the current cast of EastEnders, who view it as a thinly veiled attempt at succession planning and enforced redundancies. What we learned this week: Just 3 weeks are left to enter the NI Equality and Diversity Gala & Awards 2020 An N...
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Weekly Review of Developments 8/11/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 08/11/2019 That's Halloween and our first NI Annual Review of Employment Law behind us. Only 40-odd sleeps to Christmas, apparently. Can't wait. What we learned this week: Sometimes relationships in work can get you into a spot of bother! Dismissal for participating in an online HR forum was a breach of th...
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Weekly Review of Developments 1/11/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 01/11/2019 At yesterday’s Legal Island office Halloween Party we had a big round type of orange squash crossed with the circumference of a circle and all thoroughly enjoyed our pumpkin pi. What we learned this week: The use of AI in recruitment is on the rise and Passwords don't work and will be replaced. Th...
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Weekly Review of Developments 25/10/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 25/10/2019 It has been a busy week for equality matters, here's a flavour of what we've found: Five tips on how to close your ethnicity pay gap are provided Research on the barriers to women’s workplace progression are published It was World Menopause day last Friday and Acas has published employer guidance ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 18/10/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 18/10/2019 That’s another fine old Eton mess they’ve gotten us into. Maybe if there’s an XL turkey in the mix it’ll be more palatable for some? Tomorrow’s parliamentary debate should be tasty. What we learned this week: School Principals and Royal Mail unions vote in favour of strike action Totally coincide...
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Weekly Review of Developments 11/10/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 11/10/2019 Stop Press: Legal Island’s next investigations workshop to be delivered by leading detective Coleen Rooney! What we learned this week: Early Conciliation is coming in January - the LRA has update sessions available The RCN is balloting NI members for strike action for the first time in the nursing...