Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 18/03/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 March 2011
Who's the Midsomer village idiot then Mr True-May? There'll be no Royal Charter for Great Missenden, that's for sure. Here is the news...
1. LRA Code of Practice Published
2. Employment Cases in the Media
3. Big Build
4. Big Bill
5. Big Pay
6. Big Tax
7. Big Barrier
8. Big Business Bribery Bonus
9. Mental Health and Well-Being at Work
10. Irish Labour Relations Reform
11. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - The Court of Appeal gives general guidance on disciplinary processes; and sets out useful advice on required training and systems for schools who have special needs' pupils; The EAT states that identifying a risk in a redundancy selection programme under TUPE does not
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