Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 04/02/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 4 February 2011
For £50m Chelsea could've bought 16 loyal employees with better sickness records from Legal-Island instead. That Torres chap should take a leaf out of Judith Gillespie's book. Here is the news...
1. EFQM Award for Legal-Island
2. Bribery Act Delay
3. Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill
4. HSENI Publications
5. Workplace Violence on the Increase in EU
6. Pensions and Retirement Trends
7. Apprentice of the Year Awards
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - the Court of Appeal holds that an employer cannot be held responsible (and the dismissal cannot be unfair) for a decision taken in ignorance of facts that were known to others within the
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