Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 06/08/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 August 2010
News below that police officers are apparently being forced to wear long sleeves on duty to cover up 'excessive' tattoos. Maybe the offending (see what I did there?) officers could just get 'ARREST' and 'LET OFF' on their knuckles to save a bit of paperwork? Here is the news...
1. Tribunal User Group Minutes Now Online
2. Blacklisting Consultation
3. National Minimum Wage Legislation Published
4. Two-Tier Public Sector
5. Police Force Body Art off the Beat
6. Final Salary Retirement Income Could be Cut by a Third
7. NI Employment Agency Report
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - Supreme Court refers questions on part time judges' worker status to ECJ; EAT gives advice
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