Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 02/07/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 2 July 2010
Stop sniggering. I bet that Germany doesn't even have a word for Schadenfreude. Here is the news – this week compiled by Emer Hinphey of Thinkpeople…
1. Extension to Flexible Working Rights for Parents
2. Government to Cap Migrant Worker Numbers
3. What You Gonna Cap?
4. Maintenance and Workplace Accidents
5. Sleep Deprivation at Work
6. Training Wage for Interns
7. Acas Employee Performance Guide
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT rules that it remains good practice to join an individual member of an unincorporated association committee as a representative in discrimination claims; £20k was a reasonable penalty for a five month delay in setting up ICE elections;
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