First Tuesday (Northern Ireland) Issued: Jun 2010

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 2 June 2010





We decided to send this month's Q&A a day late due to the bank holiday.

This month's First Tuesday Q&As cover:

1. The dangers of moving to e-payslips
2. What to do if employees refuse to undergo a medical examination
3. Fixed term employees: is our website sufficient when notifying employees of upcoming job vacancies?
4. Are all 'on-call' duties working time?
5. Part-time worker entitlements to public/bank holidays

All of the questions came from Legal-Island customers. If you have any questions for the employment team at Arthur Cox please let us have this by Friday of this week by writing to

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015
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