Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 14/01/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 January 2011
Is it in with the old and out with the new: two years for unfair dismissal but no default retirement age? Not that it matters much to Miriam O'Reilly. Here is the news...
1. Abolition of DRA Confirmed
2. A Plain NEST
3. UD Qualification Back to 2 Years?
4. Royal Wedding Holiday Survey
5. Naming Employers Who Flout NMW Law
6. New Rules for European Works Councils
7. Tools to Eliminate Gender Pay Gaps
8. Stonewall Rankings
9. Beat that for a Redundancy Payment
10. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT says tribunals must focus on the potential discriminatory effect of the implementation of a policy to re-brand a pub 'non-gay' rather than the (legitimate) commercial aims; and
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