Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 05/11/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 5 November 2010
So, the CIPD is "less reliable than a dead octopus," according to a Treasury Committee member. Let's hope so, for all our sakes. Here is the news...
1. Public Sector Pay Freeze for NI?
2. Tribunal User Group Minutes Online
3. Practical Advice on Disability in the Workplace
4. Equality Act and Compromise Agreements
5. Workforce to Age?
6. Increase in UD Qualifying Period?
7. GB Health and Safety Figures Published
8. Workforce Development
9. A Contract's a Contract
10. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - The EAT rules that, "Fair consultation during redundancy also involves giving an employee an explanation for why he has been marked down in a scoring exercise" and The Court
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