Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 12/08/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 12 August 2011
Riots by order thanks to Blackberry Messenger? Can't they hack these phones nowadays? From the calm and order that is Northern Ireland, here is the news, this week brought to you by Nicola Shaw of BDO…
1. Guidance for employers in the riot zone
2. Less chance of two buses coming along at once
3. International Youth Day
4. Flexible working – CIPD vs EEF?
5. Driving hazards
6. Employment cases in the media
7. Case law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week include the EAT wrestling with an issue relating to date of dismissal & 12 months' service; an Article 6 and breach of contract point and reasonable steps taken to prevent discriminatory conduct.
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