What are the key points from the PSNI holiday pay decision?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 9 November 2018
Scott: We are discussing Agnew and PSNI case that's been in the news. It kind of broke on Monday. The case just went online. I only saw it—we were at the annual review yesterday. The Word document on the tribunal website this morning, but I presume it went on yesterday. It's a big document. It's from the Vice President, Noel Kelly. It's 69 pages. It does an awful lot of stuff, but give us a bit of the background…
Seamus: Yeah. This is a decision hot off the presses, so to speak. There was some reference to it on the BBC website, as you said there, and the tribunal now have issued their online decision in relation to this one. It's right off the presses, this case, to be very fair to the
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