Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 07/10/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 7 October 2011
Why stop at two years as an unfair dismissal qualifying period? Maya the Bolivian cat reckons it's at least three years before you really get to know someone. Even then they might up sticks and move to a foreign country without consulting you. Here is the news...
2. One Year Good, Two Years Better?
3. NI Public Sector Pensions Contributions Rise
4. Stress Biggest Cause of Work Absence
5. Reasonable Economics
6. More Help with Childcare Costs
7. Freedom of Information Consultation
8. Life After Retirement
9. Don't Want That One, Want That One
10. Tesco Law
11. Employment Cases in the Media
12. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - The Irish EAT finds an employee was
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