An Audience with RDJ (May 2021) Discussion Around the WRC Adjudication Service, Redundancy & Face MasksPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 19 May 2021 Issues covered: WRC Adjudication Service; Redundancy/Collective Redundancy; Face Masks
In this webinar recording, Antoinette Vahey, Partner with RDJ discusses the following with Scott Alexander:
- WRC Adjudication Service – following the recent Supreme Court case of Zalewski -v- Adjudication Office & ors  IESC 24 the WRC has made a number of changes to the operation of its Adjudication Service. The impact of these changes for cases in the system and those going forward and how the WRC are likely to approach them will be reviewed.
- Redundancy/Collective redundancy – the inevitable removal of Government supports is likely to lead to an increase in the number of job losses as a result of redundancy. This webinar will address issues such as consultation;
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