Key Employment Law Themes of 2022

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 21 December 2022
Denise Moran
Matheson LLP
Issues covered: Covid-19; Hybrid and Flexible Working Arrangements; Gender Pay Gap Reporting; Whistleblowing

As 2022 draws to a close, Denise Moran, Senior Associate in the Employment, Pensions and Benefits Group at Matheson, takes a look back at some of the key employment law themes that emerged over the course of the year.

2022 at a glance…

Although 2020 and 2021 were predominantly shaped by the impact of Covid-19 on the workplace, and that period will likely be remembered as a time that forever changed the employment law landscape, 2022 has seen almost as many important and significant developments.

Indeed, some of the key developments were, yet again, escalated to the Government's agenda as a result of the pandemic. Covid-19 was, for instance, a catalyst for change in respect of the

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Denise Moran
Matheson LLP

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