Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 19/03/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 19 March 2010
Big Bucks, Big Parties & a Big letter from the Pope – it’s all been happening for the Irish this St Patrick’s week. Let's hope the letter's not on a BA plane to us this weekend. Here’s the week’s striking employment news…
1. Extension of Parental Leave Rights
2. A Crack In Your Nest Egg?
3. There Must Be An App For That…
4. One Man’s Meat – Another Man’s Poison
5. Choose Your Words Carefully
6. First Case Under Black Listing Regulations Fails
7. It’s Flexi Time!
8. It's Judicial Appointments Time!
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – EAT rules on jurisdiction to hear a case where an employee lived and worked in England for a NI Company; reinforces authority on
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