Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 08/10/2010

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 October 2010 Issues covered:

‘Think HR – Think again.’ Perhaps the CIPD should have drafted in Lord Sugar’s Apprentices to design that campaign? Although, maybe not the one with the empty suitcase. Here is the news, this week brought to you by Gill Fairley of Jenkinson Consultants...


1. Care Tribunal Chairman required
2. Name and shame
3. Porridge with Purpose
4. In the Line of Duty
5. There May be Trouble Ahead...
6. Between a Rock and a Hard Place
7. Wait a Minute, Mr Postman
8. Hats Off to Ms Khan
9. Case Law
10. Ending on a High Note

NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT holds that the doctrine of associative discrimination did not extend to pregnancy discrimination; and NICA holds that rest breaks taken

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