Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 25/11/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 25 November 2011
Government proposals on employment laws are "...are not - emphatically not – an attempt to give businesses an easy ride at the expense of their staff." They're not aimed at enhancing employee engagement either, are they Vince? Here is the news, this week brought to you by Sarah Bondi of NACCO Materials Handling Limited...
1. Panel Beating
2. Employment Law Reforms
3. EU Working Time Rules
4. Bribery Act 2010: First Person Jailed
5. No Scruffs!
6. Family Friendly Roles in Judiciary
7. Young Britions Just Don't Want To Work
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - European Court rules 15 month carry over period for holidays is not unreasonable.
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