Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 05/02/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 5 February 2010
We think having affairs with colleagues’ wives is Terryble. But should there be a law against it and lousy puns? Here is the non-salacious news...
1. Fit Note News
2. Throwing a Sickie
3. Common Commencement Dates
4. WERS it at?
5. Well-Being and Productivity
6. Cabin Fever
7. Charity Fined Over Death of Worker
8. Neither Seen Nor Smelt
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT finds employee must collude in illegal act for contract to be tainted; Court of Appeal reaffirms James v Greenwich; and Court of Appeal states subsequent amendments to collective agreements by transferor and unions do not oblige a transferee to pay increases to transferred employees.
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