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HR in 90 Seconds - July 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 18/07/2018 Even though it’s holiday time here in Northern Ireland, we bring you up to speed with the hottest HR topics from the past month. We’ve selected some articles that appeared on our website, along with some others, and summarised the key learning points to help get you up to speed. Last month we looke...
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Discrimination Contracts of Employment Wages
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In Brief: Important Updates from June 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 29/06/2018 In light of recent developments in Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and Quintiles Commercial UK Ltd v Barongo, we sought to reconsider British Home Stores v Burchell, a case that established the long-standing test to apply when deciding the fairness of a dismissal for misconduct, and ...
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HR in 90 Seconds - June 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 12/06/2018 In this months ‘HR in 90 seconds…’ we bring you up to speed with the HR topic we could all learn from! We’ve selected articles and summarised a few learning points to help you stay up to speed with minimal effort! Looking at the news from the last few weeks it seems that everyone is giving poor lin...
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In Brief: Important Updates from May 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 04/06/2018 June is here and the sun is out… May went in the blink of an eye and it certainly was a busy month! The UK Supreme Court sat in Belfast for the first time hearing two very important cases, including the renowned Ashers v Lee 'gay cake' case; as organisations grappled with the dreaded deadline for G...
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HR in 90 Seconds - May 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 16/05/2018 Last month’s article (HR in 90 Seconds - April 2018) proved really popular, so we thought that we'd give it another go! This month, we bring you up to speed with the HR stories we thought we could all learn a little something from! We’ve selected articles and summarised a few learning points to hel...
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The GDPR in NI – Differences in Employment Record Retention Periods

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 03/05/2018 The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the Data Protection Bill covers the UK as a whole. The GDPR Principles require that personal data is kept for specified purposes. The data should be limited and kept for no longer than necessary for the purposes for which the data was processed. ...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act Policies and Procedures
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In Brief: Important Updates from April 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 01/05/2018 Employment Law is a complex area that is continually changing. It can be difficult to keep up to date with the latest developments, but don’t fret, the Legal-Island Employment Law Hub is the best way to stay informed. The Hub offers in-depth articles written by expert employment lawyers and leading...
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HR in 90 Seconds - April 2018

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 12/04/2018 We know how hard it is to stay up to date with latest developments in HR when you’re busy doing the day job and time is tight. Bring yourself up to speed with a 90 second summary of the HR stories you need to know about from the last month! We’ve selected and summarised some learning points from th...
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Immigration Law for NI Employers

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 12/04/2018 The UK is in the grip of a skills shortage and it’s about to get worse before it gets better. On 2nd February 2018, the CIPD reported, “Visas will only go to those earning more than £50,000, experts predict, as a drop in the number of EU migrants impacts demand.” This free webinar on immigration la...
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Absence Management and the Cost of Failing to Make Reasonable Adjustments

Posted in: Supplementary Articles NI on 09/04/2018 In a reserved judgment issued in January this year, an Employment Tribunal in Liverpool awarded £110,165.14 compensation against the Department for Work and Pensions when former employee Mrs Carrabyne (Carrabyne v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Case 2401990/2016) was found to have been un...