Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 26/02/2010

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 February 2010 Issues covered:

Maybe our PM follows the advice of that other great Scottish hero, Mel Gibson: You can take our (soldiers') lives but you will never take our freedom (to bully our staff). And you thought Ashley Cole was daft. Here is the real news...


1. Fit Note News
2. Maternity Changes?
3. Disability Harassment
4. Dads at Work
5. Case Law

NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - Court of Appeal holds that "all the cards are in the hand of the wronged party" in a constructive dismissal situation. The employer can try to build bridges but cannot rectify the wrong by subsequent actions and it is in the hands of the employee to accept any remedial action and stay or choose to accept the original

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