A television or FM broadcast station, operating at relatively low power that receives a distant input signal, amplifies it, and re-transmits it on the same channel.
Education tracker 2021 [Archived] This Lexis®PSL Local Government future Education tracker 2021 [Archived] contains a historical record of current awareness, consultations legislations and developments tracked by the Education tracker covering the entire spectrum of education from early years foundation stage (EFYS) to further and higher education during the year 2021. As soon as news, consultations and other developments cease to be current, they are archived in the Education tracker archive. Secondary legislation is archived two months after it is in force. Cases and primary legislation are archived 12 months after coming into force or after judgment is handed down. See: Education tracker 2020 [Archived], Education tracker 2019 [Archived], Education tracker 2018 [Archived], Education tracker 2017 [Archived] and Education tracker 2016 [Archived]. For ease of reference, the tracker has been divided into the following sections: • Legislation and statutory guidance • Bills: passage through parliament • Consultations and developments of interest • Cases Coronavirus (COVID-19) To keep up-to-date with guidance and content relating to the impact of COVID 19 on the education sector, see the Coronavirus (COVID-19)—local government tracker—post July 2021 or for developments prior to 18 July 2021 see: Education. Legislation and statutory guidance Further and Higher Education What's happening? When? Find out more Education (European University Institute) (Wales) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2021, SI 2021/1294 31 December 2021 These Regulations are made in exercise of legislative powers under the Teaching and Higher Education Act
Coronavirus (COVID-19)—local government tracker—July–November 2021 [Archived] This Archived tracker is intended to be used to track the key developments, legislation, guidance and briefing notes relating to the response to coronavirus (COVID-19), focusing on updates relevant to local government from 19 July 2021 through November 2021. It is organised by month with the most recent developments first. For an up to date tracker, see: Coronavirus (COVID-19)—local government tracker—post December 2021. November 2021—England Development Date Find out more The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation published new advice, altering the eligibilty age for a booster vaccine to include those aged 18–39. 30 November 2021 Coronavirus (COVID-19)—JCVI publishes advice on vaccine boosters The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has published new advice, altering the eligibilty age for a booster vaccine to include those aged 18–39. According to JVCI, the booster will be offered in order of descending age groups, no sooner than three months after the primary course. Furthermore, JCVI has advised that the second dose of the Pfizer coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine be offered no sooner than 12 weeks after the first does for 12- to 15-year-olds. See: LNB News 30/11/2021 38. The Department for Education, the Department of Health and Social Care and the Cabinet Office updated its education guidance for England following the emergence of the Omicron variant of coronavirus (COVID-19). 30 November 2021 Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Government updates education
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Policy—Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination STOP PRESS (29/3/22): Following publication of the government’s COVID-19 Response: Living with COVID-19, under which the remaining coronavirus (COVID-19) domestic legal restrictions in England are removed from 24 February 2022, the ICO has issued a brief form of guidance on data protection and COVID-19, which replaces the previous, more specific guidance. See: LNB News 28/03/2022 91. For more information on the government guidance, see Practice Note: Living with coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace from 24 February 2022, LNB News 22/02/2022 8 and News Analysis: Coronavirus (COVID-19)—How should employers respond to the scrapping of self-isolation rules?. This Precedent will be updated shortly to reflect these changes. 1 Introduction 1.1 This policy sets out the Company’s approach to staff vaccination against coronavirus (COVID-19). It supplements, but does not replace, the Company’s health and safety[, coronavirus workplace safety] and sickness absence policies. 1.2 This policy does not form part of any contract of employment and the Company may amend it at any time. 1.3 This policy applies to all employees, workers and contractors. 1.4 This policy has been written [following discussions OR in consultation] with [the recognised trade union OR employee representatives OR a representative group of employees]. 1.5 The information set out in this policy is taken from guidance on the NHS and other government websites that are updated frequently. While we will
Letter—appointment of nanny or domestic worker [Insert employer name and address] [Insert employee name and address] Dear [insert name of employee] This letter sets out the terms and conditions on which we will employ you as a [full-time OR part-time] [insert job title]. It includes the information we are required by law to give you about the terms of your employment. 1 Start date Your employment will start on [insert date], which will be the date of the commencement of your continuous employment. No service with a previous employer counts towards your period of continuous service. 2 Place of work Your place of work will be at our home[s] at [insert address(es)] or such other place or places as we may reasonably require from time to time. 3 Duties 3.1 Your duties are the usual duties of a [insert title] and we attach a list of what these will usually be. You may be allocated other duties as we may reasonably require from time to time.[ You will be responsible for the care of [insert names of children] .] [You will [also] be responsible for the care of our pet animals from time to time including [dogs AND/OR cats AND/OR [insert type of pet]].] 3.2 [If you undertake other work for another employer it should not conflict, or be inconsistent, with your duties under this contract.] 3.3 [This is a no smoking household and you are not
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For statutory sick pay purposes, where two periods of incapacity for work (PIW) are linked by a gap of eight weeks or less, can the employee self-certify again for any of the second PIW, or must they provide a fit note for the whole of the second PIW? What is the position if the second PIW started during the period when self-certification was increased to 28 days? All employees, with certain exceptions, are entitled to receive statutory sick pay (SSP) from their employers, under the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 (SSCBA 1992). For information about sick pay, generally, see Practice Note: Sick pay. Statutory sick pay (SSP) qualifying conditions The essential qualifying conditions for SSP to be paid in respect of a particular day of sickness absence are: • the individual must be an employee as defined and not fall within one of the excluded categories • they must be too ill to undertake any work under their contract of employment on any day for which they claim SSP, or deemed to be so • the day in question must form part of a ‘period of incapacity for work’ (PIW), which means that the employee must have at least four consecutive days’ sick absence (including Sundays and Bank holidays) during which they are too ill to work • it must fall within a ‘period of entitlement’ starting on the
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This week’s edition of Private Client highlights includes: (1) The Ministry of Justice and the Office of the Public Guardian publish their response to the consultation on modernising Lasting Powers of Attorney; (2) Analysis of the draft Liberty Protection Safeguards; (3) Hoey and others v Revenue and Custom Commissioners, where the Court of Appeal confirmed that the taxpayer was not entitled to PAYE credits in relation to loans under a disguised remuneration arrangement; (4) Butler-Sloss v Charity Commission, which contains useful guidance on responsible investing by charity trustees and the extent to which they may allow their objects and wider moral considerations to influence their investment policy; (5) HMRC’s consultation on expanding the investment transactions list for the investment manager exemption, and (6) STEP updates its position paper on EU sanctions against trusts with a Russian connection.
This week's edition of EU Law weekly highlights includes provisional agreement between the European Parliament and Council of the EU on the EU Digital Services Act, the announcement of a new streaming service from the CJEU, a notable CJEU decision on online order confirmation wording under the EU Consumer Rights Directive, the agreement of an Observer Partnership Agreement between the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) and the Ukrainian Transmission System Operator Ukrenergo, , and the publication of a Restrictions Roadmap pursuant to the Commission’s Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability. The highlights further include a new proposal for a directive offering judges anti-SLAPP tools for journalists and human rights defenders and a proposed new regulation to digitise the Schengen visa application process.
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