Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 13/08/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 August 2010
It's Friday the 13th! But hey, luck of the Irish, good weather forecast for the weekend! Here is the news – this week compiled by Emer Hinphey of Thinkpeople...
1. Law Commission Second Programme of Law Reform Consultation
2. Employee can’t ‘switch off’ during holidays
3. DEL to issue second call for funding applications
4. Weight may affect attendance at work
5. TUC backs Bangladeshi textile workers wage demands
6. Consultation on the future of the right to request time to train
7. Graduates expect flexible working
8. Case Law
9. Food for thought?
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT allows equal pay claim awarding equivalent unsocial hours payment to women taking account of
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