Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 25/03/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 25 March 2011
No Croweing over dismissals this week, just bad puns, but is there a day goes by that the Internet doesn't get employees (and their employers) into trouble? Here is the news...
1. Budget Impact on Employment Law
2. As the Sun Sets
3. Employment Cases in the Media
4. Employment Act Published Online
5. Pensions Changes
6. 50:50 No More
7. EHRC No More?
8. The Takeover Panel
9. Case Law Reviews
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT confirms there can be no employee status without mutuality of obligation; and sets limits on vicarious liability of employer for discriminatory acts committed by an agency worker; and the High Court rules that an arbitration agreement is not valid if it
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