Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 10/12/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 10 December 2010
Wagner, Widdecombe and now Stuart Baggs the Brand. Has the world gone mad for poor performance? Here is the news, this week written by top performer Sarah Bondi of the NI Legal Services Commission...
1. Benefit Rates to Increase from April
2. Mandatory Equal Pay reporting Shelved
3. EU Council Rejects Maternity Proposals
4. Bribery Act
5. Training Awards Winners
6. The Engagement is Off
7. Social Media
8. "What are you Smoking?"
9. Happy Holidays?
10. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT gives guidance on the reading of witness statements at tribunal and rules dismissal of a teacher who failed to complete the final stage of a capability procedure due to sickness absence
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